For decades, The Nature Conservancy has recognized that the private sector has an important role to play in advancing our conservation mission. In that spirit, we have worked with companies large and small around the world to help businesses make better decisions, understand the value of nature and ultimately protect it.
Here is a sample of the work we’ve done with companies around the world:
The Nature Conservancy and Dow Chemical Company are working together on a breakthrough collaboration to demonstrate that protecting nature can be a global business strategy – and a corporate priority. Learn more.
The Nature Conservancy’s new collaboration with Dow will provide great opportunities for biodiversity conservation — in large part because the effort will be rooted in the Conservancy’s scientific expertise. Learn more.
Nearly 70 percent of the water extracted from nature worldwide is used by agriculture and industry as they produce the food and goods we need and want. Learn more.
Could a bright idea from Latin America protect the water that comes out of your faucet? Learn more.
With the Conservancy’s help, more than 1,400 property owners in São Félix have signed up with Brazil’s environmental registry. Learn more.
Through a science-based approach we are helping to balance the needs of planned development – like oil and gas, mining and infrastructure – with those of nature conservation. Learn more.
Working with companies to ensure sustainable soy cultivation and stop the creep of soy fields into Brazil’s rainforests. Learn more.
Twenty-one timber companies and nine environmental nonprofits have come together to break down the barriers and build a new foundation for the protection of Canada’s Boreal forest. Learn more.
An ambitious effort to conserve and restore the world's great river systems for the benefit of the people and species that depend upon them for life.
Crystal Light, one of Kraft Foods’ most popular brands, recognized the need to protect and conserve freshwater resources. Learn more.
Working with 23 communities, The Nature Conservancy is protecting forests and helping communities by bringing FairTrade cacao to Indonesia. Learn more.