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    EditTitle:MOTHER NATURE
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    Edit Title 1:REESE WITHERSPOON IS
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    Edit Title 1:HARRISON FORD IS
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    Edit Title 1:KEVIN SPACEY IS
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    Edit Title 1:EDWARD NORTON IS
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    Edit Title 1:ROBERT REDFORD IS
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    Edit Title 1:PENELOPE CRUZ IS
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    Edit Title 1:IAN SOMERHALDER IS
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    Edit Title 1:LUPITA NYONG´O IS
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    Edit Title 1:LIAM NEESON IS
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    Nature holds the key to stabilizing life on Earth​

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    Increased annual emissions
    The more carbon emitted into the atmosphere as a result of human activity, the more destabilized our climate becomes. If we don’t take action now, annual global greenhouse emissions will increase by more than 26% before 2030 — dramatically worsening the impacts of climate change. Conservation can help: Protecting and restoring forests could account for a reduction of 30% of the emissions needed to steady the climate, and help close the ‘emissions gap’ — the difference between the current rate of emissions and the reductions needed to prevent Earth’s temperature from increasing more than 2º Celsius.

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    Biodiversity threatened
    Today, species are going extinct faster than at any point since the mass extinction of dinosaurs. The expansive collections of life on Earth — our planet’s biodiversity — is facing a crisis of historic proportions due to increased pollution, urbanization, disease and development. Thirty-five areas have been designated as irreplaceable “hotspots” for sustaining the vast array of species found on Earth. Representing just 2.3 percent of the planet’s land surface, these geographically specific hotspots support more than half of the world’s plant species and more than 40% of bird, mammal, reptile and amphibian species.

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    Amazonia destroyed
    One of the richest repositories of Earth’s biodiversity is at risk of perishing. Human activities including extractive industries, road development and agricultural expansion have already removed 10 percent of the rainforest in the Amazon River basin. That’s an area roughly the size of France, Germany, Italy and Greece combined. In 2015, the Brazilian Amazon alone lost nearly 3,600 square miles of forest. Achieving zero net deforestation in Amazonia in the next five years is critical to protecting this essential ecosystem, which in turn will increase prosperity for local communities and help offset climate change.

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    Guarding our greatest asset – and defending against climate change

    Conservation International’s mission is to protect the nature we can’t live without. In 30 countries around the world, we use science, policy and partnerships to solve the most pressing challenges facing our forests, rivers, oceans and other at-risk ecosystems — our greatest allies in confronting and curbing climate change

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    EditImage Alt Text:Night falls over Rio de Janeiro.
    EditCaption Title:Climate
    EditCaption Description:Climate change is reshaping human civilization. How we respond will determine the future of our species.
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    EditImage Alt Text:Maasai men overlook the Kenyan landscape.
    EditCaption Title:Indigenous leaders: Traditional knowledge can save the planet
    EditCaption Description:Could observing the stars or planting bushes help the world adapt to climate change impacts? Conservation International’s 2016 indigenous fellows think so. Martha Ntoipo hails from a Maasai village in northern Tanzania; Jamer López is a Shipibo-Conibo man from the Peruvian Amazon. Here, they discuss their research on traditional knowledge in their own communities and its implications for conservation and the future.
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    EditImage Alt Text:A Bolivian boy examines a long-horned beetle.
    EditCaption Title:Nature Is Speaking — Is Humanity Listening?
    EditCaption Description:The challenges facing us are monumental, so the solutions must respond in kind, across unprecedented scope and scale. Nature is speaking … and it’s time for humanity to listen up.
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    EditImage Alt Text:Fishing town of Concepcion, Iloilo in the Philippines.
    EditCaption Title:Roots from rubble: On Philippine coasts, rebuilding nature’s barriers to stormier seas
    EditCaption Description:When Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda) crashed into the central Philippines on November 8, 2013, it was the strongest tropical cyclone to ever make landfall anywhere in the world. The storm killed more than 6,000 people and left more than 4 million displaced, and its legacy is ingrained in the national psyche, leading many Filipinos to frame recent life events in “before” and “after” terms.
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      EditSection Title:INFOGRAPHIC: Nature, the solution to climate change
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      To halt climate change in its tracks, we must reduce carbon emissions. Luckily for humans, nature has been doing this for a long time.

      Find out how nature can curb climate change — and help us adapt to it.

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      How can​ you help?

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      EditNewsletter Message:We’re in this for the long haul. To learn more about how our conservation projects are helping protect nature in every corner of the world, sign up for our email list.
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        EditDonate Message:Around the world, our work is powered directly by the generous support of donors. Your gift will help us help the planet.
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        NIS Social Share

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        EditPage Link:http://ci-intl.org/1Osr2sl
        EditTweet Text:“When I falter, you falter.” – Julia Roberts is Mother Nature #NatureIsSpeaking via @ConservationOrg
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