Ecuador is a country merely the size of Nevada that harbors an incredible range of landscapes. Despite its relatively small size, Ecuador has nearly twice as many birds as the continental United States. The country also harbors more plant species than all of North America. Although protected areas cover more than 18% of the country, they don’t provide sufficient protection for all of Ecuador’s biological richness.
We're collaborating with the Amazon's Cofán nation to bolster both the land and their way of life.
The Nature Conservancy is pioneering innovative ways of keeping water clean in Ecuador and across the continent.
An ecotourism center in Ecuador’s Chimborazo National Park was built with the aid of our partners, and the support of the local indigenous community.
What looks like a desert, but is really full of water?
Join us in an adventure through the highlands of the Andes.