has recently updated its conservation approach. For the most up-to-date
Conservation by Design 2.0 Guidance document, please visit the Conservation by Design 2.0 section.
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models, to online databases, to GIS software, our library of
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all help users develop, manage, analyze, use, and publish conservation
Core Data: For information about key conservation data sets.
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our planet today. In over 80 global maps, it describes the natural world,
the challenges it faces, and what we can do to protect it. Now The
Nature Conservancy aims to share that knowledge beyond the pages of the
book in order to further motivate and empower people to protect
ecosystems and conserve biodiversity by making their data and analysis
widely accessible online.