Since 1988, we have been working in China to protect the lands and waters on which all life depends. Our work here is organized by the following four priorities—lands, rivers and water, cities, and climate.
Proper land conservation and management can help meet the social and economic needs of communities, provide habitat for wildlife and make a positive contribution to China’s climate change objectives.
We are deploying comprehensive solutions to hydropower development and water protection that balance environmental outcomes with human needs.
The Nature Conservancy is working with communities, governments, city planners and developers to ensure that cities do not stand apart from nature but are instead an integral part of nature.
The Nature Conservancy in China is exploring and practicing nature-based solutions to climate change.