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The Nature Conservancy
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For two decades, scientists have fought to rescue America's smallest bunny.
By Beth Geiger
An innovative deal helps Belize bring its total protected lands to nearly 40%.
By Brendan Borrell
The consequences of a warming world—melting ice caps, frequent fires, intense heat waves and rising sea levels—are already upon us. But the climate of tomorrow is still ours to shape.
By Nancy Averett
The Nature Conservancy’s new chief scientist, Katharine Hayhoe, shares why she cares about climate change and her fears about who will be hit hardest by its impacts.
By Katharine Hayhoe
Explore the best work of The Nature Conservancy in the United States and around the globe.
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