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 Conservation By Geography

The Nature Conservancy works to conserve the Earth’s ecologically important lands and waters in all 50 U.S. states and more than 35 countries around the world. We develop, analyze and use the best available science to prioritize our global conservation work and to ensure we implement the right strategies in the right places.

Africa From the heights of Mount Kilimanjaro to the rich coral reefs in the West Indian Ocean, Africa supports some of the most stunning places and wildlife on Earth. Much remains as it was a millennia ago. But as populations rise and the climate changes...
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Asia Pacific Covering more than a third of the Earth’s surface, the Asia-Pacific region is home to some of the planet’s most unique and endangered wildlife—from kangaroos and pandas to sea turtles and dugongs, from colorful reef fish to the world’s last...
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The Nature Conservancy has worked in South America for more than 35 years, collaborating with other non-profits and with local governments, indigenous groups, farmers, ranchers and corporations...
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North America The Nature Conservancy uses a science-based conservation approach to achieve our mission. Our 600 staff scientists work around the globe, with the majority dedicated to programs and projects in North America...
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