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    Conservation International protects the nature on which people around the world rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods. We do this through science, policy and partnerships.

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    Conservation International is at the WCC to share our expertise and knowledge spanning 30 years of conservation work to help in form and influence the focus of the IUCN’s programs. Building on our work to use innovative science, advising policy and building partnerships to protect the nature people rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods, CI is sharing our solutions and lessons from our work around the world. There, we plan to forge new partnerships to strengthen our impact to protect the nature that provides benefits to us all, and underscore the need for investment in conservation and share innovative approaches CI is taking to fill the funding gap.

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    Publications and Handouts

    Helpful CI resources for WCC attendees:​

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      ​#WeNeedNature

      Join CI to tell the world that from rainforests to coral reefs we all need nature.​

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      EditImage Alt Text:Entomologist Chris Marshall and assistants collecting symbiotic moths from the fur of a Three-toed Sloth.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Yasuní Camera trapping photos. This short ear dog is a rare species and very difficult to observe in the wild.
      EditCaption Title:Protected areas DO save wildlife: Just ask these 5 species
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      EditImage Alt Text:Yosemite, United States.
      EditCaption Title:The world’s national parks are not as secure as we think
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      Who Is CI?

      ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​For nearly 30 years, CI has helped to build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet. We do this through science, policy, and partnerships with countries, communities and​ companies. We employ more than 1,000 people and work with more than 2,000 partners in 30 countries. Over the years, CI has helped support 1,200 protected areas and interventions across 77 countries, safeguarding more than 601 million hectares of land, marine and coastal areas.​​​

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