As the Conservancy marks 10 years of working with Chinese partners to conserve the country’s remarkable natural heritage, there is much good news to share.
In China, as elsewhere around the world, the Conservancy is:
- Pushing the frontiers of science.
- Applying that knowledge to drive on-the-ground conservation that works.
- Using these tangible results to motivate leaders to make policies that can bring about large scale conservation success.
Three particular stories showcase the creative, results-driven strategies we’re putting into action — and the exciting success we’re having today:
The whimsical looking Yunnan golden monkey seems born of a child's imagination. But the perils the monkey is facing are all too real. Explore
Learn why the Chinese government has asked the Conservancy to help strengthen the country's nature reserves — safeguarding their rich habitat and promoting sustainable ecotourism. Explore
Can you save orangutans with a bookshelf? Read about a new agreement between China and the United States that is giving people around the world more power to save forests and fight climate change. Explore