Places We Protect

Mexico

 Aerial views of the hardwood forest around the logging community of Noh Bec, Quintana Roo.

We work with communities and use cutting edge science to accomplish conservation goals.

Maya Forest

This is the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the Americas outside of the Amazon.
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Mesoamerican Forest Corridor

The majestic forests spanning the mountain ranges of Chiapas in southern Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras have provided sustenance for people and wildlife for centuries.
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Water Funds

We are safeguarding the water supply of millions of Mexicans living in Mexico City, Monterrey, Aguas Calientes, Chiapas, Toluca and Guanajuato.
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Coatzacoalcos River Basin

One of Mexico's three most important basins for its natural riches and hydropower potential.
We are protecting the communities and ecosystems surrounding this basin.
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Gulf of California

The Gulf of California also known as the Sea of Cortez is among the richest on Earth.
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Mesoamerican Reef

Spanning Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras, it is the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and second in the world only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
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Chihuahuan Desert

It is the largest desert in North America and is located between two of Mexico’s largest mountain ranges called the eastern and western Sierra Madres.
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