Earth. A stunning panorama of life. This is what drew most of us to conservation in the first place. But as the world has become ever more connected and complex, we’ve come to realize that while conservation is still about saving these animals and these places, it’s also about us and our ability to ensure our own survival.
We’re using science to set our priorities - a whole new set of science we haven’t used before. We're looking at economics, agronomy, hydrology and much more to help us see the whole scope of the challenges that we face and make sure we’re doing the most effective and important things.
The Nature Conservancy has an extraordinary legacy of protecting land and water at enormous scale. We realized a long time ago that we couldn’t achieve our mission working just one place at a time so today we’re focused on solving the big problems that affect many places in order to create a world in which people and nature thrive together.
For this spectacular planet and all the life it holds, the clock is ticking.
Only by working together can we give people hope, keep our wildlife wild and keep our home whole. And ensure the future of a world that sustains us all.
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