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We can not protect nature alone. Meeting today’s environmental challenges requires the combined resources and ingenuity of multiple sectors, public and private. Conservation International brings together partners at all levels — from executive suites to community centers — to provide funding, training and technical expertise needed to make smart, collaborative policy.

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Conservation International is working to change the way the world does business. We work across industries with large and small companies to minimize their environmental impacts and become better stewards of nature.

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    Threats like deforestation, overfishing and climate change are undermining the ability of communities around the world to protect the very habitats that provide everyone with food, water and clean air. Conservation International connects communities to funding, training and technology — because protecting nature also protects livelihoods.

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    Conservation International serves as a trusted advisor to local, regional and national governments around the world. Our data, methods and tools assist governments in understanding the value of oceans, forests, croplands, water supplies and wildlife populations, and help to inform actions necessary to protect these vital natural resources.

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    Partnerships in Action

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    EditImage Alt Text:Women in Sumatra. © Conservation International/photo by Ade Budi Kurniawan
    EditCaption Title:Sustainable Landscapes Partnership
    EditCaption Description:Businesses, governments and communities unite to support low-carbon development, sustainable farming and biodiversity conservation.
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    EditCaption Title:The Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability in Africa
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    EditCaption Title:CI: An Agency of the Global Environment Facility
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    EditImage Alt Text:Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. © Conservation International/photo by Jill Sigal
    EditCaption Title:Engaging America's Leaders on Global Conservation Issues
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    EditCaption Title:Partnership with Starbucks Coffee Company
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    What Can You Do?

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    More of Our Work Links

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    EditImage Alt Text:Local residents in the Bunduki Gap region of Morogoro in Tanzania. © Conservation International/photo by Daniel Rothberg
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