From helping grow Fair Trade cocoa crops to drawing up networks of marine protected areas in the Coral Triangle, the Conservancy is working with the people of Papua New Guinea to build a greener country. Play a role in helping the Conservancy empower local people to design sustainable futures for the lands and waters that surround them.
With help from the Conservancy, the Adelberts Conservation Cooperative Society has rallied local farmers around conservation. Now, they're producing the first fair trade-certified cocoa in the country.
Follow the Climate Challenger canoe as it travels around the Pacific connecting communities confronted by a shared enemy: climate change.
The Conservancy is helping communities in Papua New Guinea obtain rainwater collection tanks and develop land use and management plans that set aside large areas for conservation.
Take a close look at Fair Trade cocoa in the Adelberts region of Papua New Guinea.
Learn how USAID’s Responsible Asia Forestry and Trade Program is making Asia's timber trade more sustainable at all levels.
Click on the image above to see some of the spectacular underwater species found in the Coral Triangle.
TNC's Director of Photography, Mark Godfrey, talks with Tim Laman about his incredible photos and how he's using his talents to promote a better awareness of our rainforests.
Watch a video to find out more about the Titan people of Pere, Papua New Guinea.