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Protecting nature. Preserving life. https://nature.org The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. We're proud of what we've accomplished since our founding in 1951: The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 117 million acres of land and 5,000 miles of rivers worldwide — and we operate more than 100 marine conservation projects globally. We have more than 1 million members and work in all 50 United States and 72 countries around the world — protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Alaska to Zambia. We address threats to conservation involving climate change, fire, fresh water, forests, invasive species, and marine ecosystems. Learn more about The Nature Conservancy at https://www.nature.org/about-us/index.htm?src=social.nature.facebook.main
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Did you know we used nails to provide support for outplanted coral? The Nature Conservancy in Florida and its partners are restoring coral reefs at Dry Tortugas National Park. The coral grows quickly and attaches to the reef. Dive in for the whole story: http://bit.ly/1X2XZ56
#WorldEnvironmentDay is Sunday June 5th. #WED2016 #WildForLife http://www.unep.org/wed https://wildfor.life/ UNEP United Nations United Nations Development Programme - UNDP UNODC - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime CITES Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals UNICEF World Bank Connect4Climate Global Environment Facility U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service TRAFFIC - the wildlife trade monitoring network The Nature Conservancy
An important read from Mark Tercek, President and CEO of The Nature Conservancy.
Photos from this past weeks events - The Nature Conservancy of Canada Reception. Harm Gross is officially a new board member! We were also happy to attend the Urban Development Institute (Pacific Region) Annual Golf Tournament Dinner.
Governments & companies would invest more in nature if they could show a return on investment with data. Challenge accepted.
Great article on our film series with The Nature Conservancy Its all about the water, the island, and our future. Film series live at nature.org/longisland
I do care and support this idea of,"The Nature Conservancy",wherever i do stay or live..
Celebrate World Environment Day this Sunday with us! Please check out and spread around our video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tDGMXFQXMw all about carbon offsetting our musical at the Sydney Opera House. Love the conversation about our climate but it's time for action! Connect, Understand Act! #dirtgirlworld #timetoact #lovethisplanet
“Imagine W.C. Fields extinguishing a cigar on your tongue” – Justin Schmidt, the "King of Sting" rates the pain of stinging insects from yellow jackets to tarantula hawks.
Jessica Pault-Atiase and Meg White with The Nature Conservancy on Grand Lake
“We need trillions, not billions, if we’re going to solve the world’s environmental problems,” said Terry Tamminen, co-founder of R20. Tamminen recently joined former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency director William Reilly and The Nature Conservancy's Lynn Scarlett in addressing Private-Public Financing for Global Sustainability for our second #ScherForum. ICYMI, check here for a recap and full video: http://www.american.edu/spa/news/investing-in-green-05312016.cfm
for now broke but i collect cans for a lving for now so im def helping the enviroment
Hello friends, I share only this nice place is in school, ideal for relaxing and studying a book peacefully. I hope you like
Great to see an additional emblazoned A380 added to the United for Wildlife fleet and 10 more airlines signing on in support at Buckingham Palace today. #WhoseSideAreYouOn
NASA Is Getting the “Before” Picture of the World’s Threatened Reefs "To date, most reef research has been conducted with a scuba tank and tape measure (...)" #coral #NASA BIOS-Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences The Nature Conservancy Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
Through our work with the Rio Grande Water Fund, we're aiming to ease wildfire's impacts by thinning overgrown forests. High Country News has the story.
The Enviva LP Forest Conservation Fund (the “Fund”), a $5 million, 10-year program designed to protect tens of thousands of acres of bottomland forests in northeast North Carolina and southeast Virginia, today announced the recipients of its 2016 grants. “We are very pleased to be working with our friends at The Nature Conservancy, Triangle Land Conservancy and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, who will join with the Enviva Forest Conservation Fund to preserve thousands of acres of high conservation value forestland,” said John Keppler, Chairman and CEO of Enviva. [ 1638 more words. ] http://www.forestbusinessnetwork.com/59821/5-million-enviva-forest-conservation-fund-announces-2016-conservation-grants/
A new program from The Nature Conservancy works alongside fisheries to develop new technologies to reduce bycatch and protect important ocean habitats: http://ow.ly/D1aL300MgQR
Today marks the first day of hurricane season but many families along the U.S. Atlantic coast don't need a day on the calendar to remind them of the threats. Can natural solutions protect these communities? http://bit.ly/1WYwoSK
Invest in smart natural solutions to counter changing climate Worldwide, there are examples of simple, cost-effective, natural solutions to climate change that offer sustainable protection for communities and protect residents’ ability to make a living. #natureprotects #hurricaneseason Read more via this joint publication between the GDPC and the The Nature Conservancy: http://hrld.us/1ZcSFKp
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trees change the earth...../árboles cambian la tierra.....
National parks draw more visitors than Disney theme parks, NFL games, professional baseball, NBA, and NASCAR… combined.
Healthy oysters need healthy waters, yes, freshwater too!
It's time to invest in America's original infrastructure: nature itself.
How a little green can provide empowerment and pride. (via The Huffington Post)
The key to protecting this Texas preserve lies in science and engineering. Here's what we're doing to help.
There are pressing water challenges around the world. What role will nature-based solutions have in solving them?
Winter is the perfect time for wildlife tracking. What's in your neighborhood?
Well said. Something to live by in 2017.
Can we provide enough food, water and energy for our growing population and still protect the diversity of life on Earth? Our science says yes. It will require significant changes in how we value nature and provide the resources people need. Here are 10 signs of progress from 2016: http://bit.ly/2iJv59B
"The Field." It’s where a lot of science gets done — from remote jungles to windswept deserts to the downtown business district.
Our CGS field reporters and scientists travel the globe to bring you up-close science direct from the field.
You don’t have to go on a far-flung safari to experience incredible nature experiences.
Happy New Year. In 2017, let's go farther than ever to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends.
Now more than ever, nature needs dedicated defenders like you. Take action now for 2017 and every dollar you give will go TWICE as far to defend our natural world.
Some of the ways conservationists prevailed around the world in 2016.
A small population of endangered turtles at our Nachusa Grasslands preserve has found an unlikely ally.
Attacking the ivory trade from both the supply side and the demand side. Learn more at nature.org/elephants
This year, 196 nations committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions & limiting global temperature increases.
This year, our supporters helped us develop the first ever debt-for-climate-adaptation swap...
Beer, wine, or liquor? Which has the lowest energy impact from farm to glass? Enjoy your New Years Eve and celebrate responsibly!
“I realized there was nothing — no roads, no fences, no people — between me and the sun setting into the Atlantic Ocean, 100 kilometers away. Here in Namibia, nature has no boundaries.” — Matt Brown, Conservation Director, The Nature Conservancy in Africa Explore the unique and wild places you’re helping us protect: http://bit.ly/2hxrG0N
A look back on the top Cool Green Science stories of 2016. What's your favorite?
Conservation groups and governments did a lot of good this year. Here's a few highlights...
Breathe easy. We're showing cities how planting more trees can effectively "plant healthy air" for residents...
The natural world we all call home is at risk like never before. But we’ve never shied away from taking on nature's biggest threats, and we’re not going to start now. You can help usforge a future where nature and people thrive together. Make a tax-deductible donation TODAY and every dollar will go twice as far to defend our natural world: http://bit.ly/2hkrlOQ
Tiny fish sustain an ecosystem that incudes penguins, whales, seals, otters, sea lions, and more. People also rely on these fish. By carefully managing our impact, we can ensure people & nature can thrive together...
Best of Cool Green Science: From the field edition. http://bit.ly/2inkhxN