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Explore the Coral Triangle
We are helping an Indonesian village become a safe haven for the endangered green sea turtle.
The Conservancy is joining with supporters and partners around the world to celebrate a suite of stunning achievements for conservation of the planet's greatest concentration of coral reefs — the Coral Triangle.
Find out how science and arts and crafts are helping a community plan for the future.
Thanks to the work of The Nature Conservancy and local communities, the Arnavons have witnessed a 200 percent increase in hawksbill sea turtles. Watch a video of baby hawksbills hatching.
Find out why we are celebrating with the communities in Choiseul and how we are helping them adapt to climate change.
Kimbe Bay is home to more than half of the worlds' coral species, and is the site of one of the world's first marine protected area designed to withstand the impacts from climate change.
With global fish supplies crashing, The Nature Conservancy is racing to help communities around the world protect the oceans’ nurseries — coral reefs. In remote Pere village on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea we find a story of precarious hope.
An online mapping process is changing how conservation happens in the Coral Triangle. See how the changes are unfolding.