By protecting and restoring natural areas, we are protecting and ensuring the health and prosperity of every one of us who ultimately depends on nature’s clean air, water, and food for survival.
By proving the value of these natural, practical solutions, The Nature Conservancy is inspiring and galvanizing climate action here in Vermont and across the globe.
The Nature Conservancy believes we need to take action today.
In Vermont, The Nature Conservancy is mobilizing state and federal government to address the threat of climate change to the lands and waters on which we all depend by decreasing emissions and reducing the impacts on people and nature. We strive to influence legislative and administrative initiatives by using a collaborative approach through which we form partnerships and forge alliances with conservation organizations, environmental agencies, elected officials and the business community.
Read the report from the Vermont and Adirondacks Chapters of The Nature Conservancy.
A Conservancy tool helps us imagine how climate change will shape our landscape.
An interview with Vermont's Rose Paul and Phil Huffman on some of the chapter's strategies.
Take action! Join a community of people who speak up for nature to help save the places you love.