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Oceans and Coasts

Places We Protect

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Our projects in more than 30 countries and all coastal U.S. states and territories.

With marine conservation staff and projects in more than 30 countries and all coastal U.S. states and territories, The Nature Conservancy works with partners to create lasting conservation results that benefit marine life, local communities and economies. Examples of our marine conservation work around the world include:

Restoring Coastal Habitats

Gulf of Mexico
Recovery Act restoration projects
NOAA partnerships
Florida Keys coral reefs
Palau coral reefs

Helping People and Marine Life Adapt to Climate Change

Coral Triangle
Solomon Islands
Raja Ampat
Papua New Guinea
Micronesia Challenge
Palau
Long Island Sound
Florida Keys coral reefs

Developing Better Approaches to Fisheries

Humboldt Current, Peru
California’s Central Coast
Gulf of Maine
Pedro Bank, Jamaica
Dominican Republic

Expanding Ocean Protection and Improving Management

Coral Triangle
Solomon Islands
Raja Ampat
Papua New Guinea
Costa Rica
Caribbean Challenge

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