Together with our conservation partners, The Nature Conservancy is developing practical and cost-effective solutions around the world to help people slow the rate of climate change and deal with its unavoidable impacts.
These projects highlight how cattle grazing, reforestation, and even coral reefs can impact our climate. Innovation that can be easily and affordably implemented is the key to a future in which we all thrive.
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Backed by our science, we envision a world where people and nature thrive together. View our latest reports to learn about solutions that will help us get there.
Investing in infrastructure can benefit both people and nature. Read more.
Tapping nature’s solutions to secure and sustain safe, prosperous coastal communities and healthy ecosystems.
Fixing America's infrastructure will require a fundamental shift in the way we think about—and fund—solutions.
Investment is the key to protecting the people, communities and economy of Seychelles and at-risk coastal communities.
The coastal resilience approach and mapping are informing restoration, adaptation and conservation decisions around the world.
The Conservancy is working with partners to develop strategies for coping with climate change and other stresses on Florida’s coral reefs.
96% of the total U.S. population lives in counties where federally declared, weather-related disasters have occurred since 2010.
By managing soils well, we can avoid losing more carbon to the atmosphere and even build up soil carbon.
A project that is regenerating depleted forests, fighting climate change and creating economic opportunities for families.
See how we are helping loggers in the Berau District make changes that yield healthier local villagers and more intact forests sequestering carbon.
Rain—or more specifically stormwater run-off—is destroying Puget Sound. But nature itself holds solutions.
In Peru, urban expansion, mining, and agriculture have caused environmental degradation.
Scientists believe this place could withstand the effects of climate change, and ensure nature’s survival.