The Nature Conservancy entered a formal Cooperation Agreement with the Province of Chubut in Patagonia to collaborate on infrastructure development in the region –mostly related to energy—with the goal of no net impact to nature in surrounding lands and waters.Learn more.
The Nature Conservancy in Argentina participated in the First Meeting of the International Land Conservation Network (ILCN) held in Berlin, October 19-21, with a presentation on the Conservancy’s conservation work in Patagonia, Argentina. The meeting served as the Network’s official launch and reflects the growing importance of private and civic land conservation. Read more.
The Nature Conservancy Argentina received National Energy Globe
Prestigious recognition for sustainable performance.
The Energy Globe is today’s most important environmental prize with 177 participating countries and annually more than 1500 project entries. Read More.
Aimed at promoting the voluntary conservation at private lands, TNC Argentina, together with other 19 NGOs has formed a new network.
The Nature Conservancy Brings on Board World-Class Argentine Scientist Ana Parma. Read more.
The Conservancy’s legion of trustees constitutes a vast reservoir of knowledge and conservation passion
The Nature Conservancy set four global challenges to protect the environment. Patagonia is one of the prior areas to preserve. Read more.
The Conservancy in Argentina received training on conservation easements to see how they could improve the protection of Patagonian grasslands. Read more.
Studying the opportunity of implementing environmental funds to finance the conservation in Argentina. Read more about this initiative.