The largest country in South America, Brazil’s unparalleled natural treasures include not only the dense tropical rainforests of the Amazon, but also the unique arid scrublands of the Caatinga, the extensive grasslands of the Cerrado, the Atlantic Forest, and the seemingly infinite wetlands of the Pantanal.
Birds' return to the Guandu watershed points to the success of the conservation work The Nature Conservancy does to help preserve the Atlantic Forest.
The Conservancy launches campaign to protect springs that supply water to the city of São Paulo.
Amazonian Cuisine shows how important local food is to your taste and the planet.
What life is like for one of the families working to conserve forests in Paragominas, in the Brazilian Amazon.
See some beautiful photos of places, people, animals, and plants in Brazil.
Explore this magical and mysterious region through these images.
We have been working with the indigenous communities in the Oiapoque region for nearly a decade.
Watch a video about our work in this area of Brazil.