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    EditTitle:HOME
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      Edit Title 1:JOAN CHEN IS
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      Edit Title 1:LEE PACE IS
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      Edit Title 1:JULIA ROBERTS IS
      Edit Title 2:MOTHER NATURE
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      Edit Title 1:HARRISON FORD IS
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      Edit Title 1:KEVIN SPACEY IS
      Edit Title 2:THE RAINFOREST
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      Edit Title 1:EDWARD NORTON IS
      Edit Title 2:THE SOIL
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      Edit Title 1:PENELOPE CRUZ IS
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      Edit Title 1:ROBERT REDFORD IS
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      Edit Title 1:IAN SOMERHALDER IS
      Edit Title 2:CORAL REEF
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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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      As Earth gets more crowded, our habitats face new risks

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      EditResult value:83 million
      EditResult field:people added to population annually
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      Food shortage
      The condition of our home dictates how much food there is to eat. Today, nearly 1 billion people are without enough food — and food demand is predicted to double by 2050. The global agricultural industry is responsible for 80 percent of deforestation each year as well as the consumption of 70 percent of Earth’s available fresh water. To feed our growing population, we have to find sustainable ways to utilize our natural resources.

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      EditResult value:50%
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      Freshwater resources in jeopardy
      Access to drinkable water is a human right that too many are being denied. More than than 99 percent of fresh water on Earth is not readily available for human consumption. The United Nations estimates that half the global population will face water stress in the next 15 years. With just 30 percent of available fresh water diverted away from the agricultural sector, it is more important than ever to strengthen our freshwater ecosystems to avoid water scarcity. Unfortunately, six out of 10 lakes in the U.S. are already too polluted for fishing or swimming.

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      Nature-based economies
      Nature provides livelihoods in every region of the world — but often at a high cost to the planet. The fishing industry generates hundreds of millions of jobs, yet unregulated and illegal fishing practices haul in 11 million tons of fish each year. As a result, nearly one in three of the world’s fisheries are overexploited or depleted. Similarly, forest products in developing economies frequently make up 20 percent to 40 percent of a family’s annual income. But US$ 11 billion in illegal logging revenue is going to organized crime groups every year in areas including the Amazon — placing local ecosystems in harm’s way.

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      Protecting our home — so our home can continue to protect us

      CI finds innovative and effective methods for protecting the one home we have. By collaborating with a broad range of partners — from the executive boardroom to the village square — we’re protecting the Earth’s “natural capital” — the essential ecosystems that provide the most benefits to humans — to create a more sustainable future.

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      EditImage Alt Text:Santa Cruz highland forest
      EditCaption Title:Economic incentives to protect Ecuador’s forests
      EditCaption Description:Ecuador’s forests contain important water sources and store carbon that can help stabilize climate change. Through the Socio Bosque program, we are helping reduce deforestation while also alleviating poverty and strengthening local communities.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Cuttlefish rapidly change colors to blend perfectly with their background, and also squirt ink to blind predators while they escape
      EditCaption Title:BLOG: 10 Marine Areas We Must Protect
      EditCaption Description:Learn about the ten countries we need to prioritize based on science conducted by CI in collaboration with scientists from the University of California, Santa Barbara, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and BirdLife International.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Underwater view of coral in New Caledonia
      EditCaption Title:MNN: New nature preserve will be the largest on Earth
      EditCaption Description:Covering more than 320 million acres, the marine park in New Caledonia is twice the size of Texas, three times the size of Germany and much larger than any other protected area on the planet.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Yosemite National Park
      EditCaption Title:The world’s national parks are not as secure as we think
      EditCaption Description:The world’s national parks are being quietly chipped away, restructured and modified — and no one seems to be talking about it.
      EditRead More Text:Read More
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      How can you help?

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      Newsletter

      EditNewsletter Title:Keep in touch
      EditNewsletter Message:CI is your home for staying involved in the efforts to address Earth’s most pressing ecological challenges. Join our email list and receive regular updates about our work.
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      EditNewsletter Confirmation Message Text:We can't protect the planet without your support
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        EditDonate Message:Our conservation projects are home-grown. Each donation from our supporters directly contributes to our efforts to safeguard vulnerable habitats around the world.
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        EditPage Link:http://ci-intl.org/1jOeTmy
        EditTweet Text:“If you don’t take care of me, I can’t take care of you.” @RWitherspoon is “Home.” #NatureIsSpeaking
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        EditSection Title:More about Conservation International
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