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EditPhoto Title:Success Stories from 2015
EditPhoto Description:Working with countries, companies and communities around the world, we are making a difference for all of us—for now, and for the future.
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    EditSection Title:People need nature
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    EditImage Description:Elephants around a waterhole at dusk, Chobe National Park, Botswana.
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    That simple truth inspires everything we do at Conservation International. We focus on protecting nature because it’s fundamental to ensuring a better life.

    Here we share six personal stories from the 27 countries and countless communities where CI works. You’ll meet individuals from Ecuador and Indonesia, where CI is helping to keep tropical forests healthy. You’ll see how a Tanzanian farmer is improving her yields. And you’ll learn how our partnership with Starbucks is leading a global transformation in coffee production that’s good for people and the planet.

    At CI, we’re listening to nature — and taking action to protect natural resources for all of us, now and for the future.

    Download the 2015 Impact Report (PDF)

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    EditImage Alt Text:Portrait of Amparo in coffee warehouse. © Cristina Mittermeier
    EditCaption Title:Better coffee, better lives
    EditCaption Description:For 15 years, Conservation International has been on an ambitious journey with Starbucks. Together, we’ve created a new way to...
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    EditImage Alt Text:Mama Churi in Tanzania, Africa. © Conservation International
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    EditImage Alt Text:Gopar, a farmer in Marancar Julu village, fishes for dinner in Marancar river in the Batang Toru watershed. © Conservation International/photo by Tory Read
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    EditImage Alt Text:Portrait of Luka Mossman. © Conservation International
    EditCaption Title:Bringing back fish for people in Hawai‘i
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    EditImage Alt Text:Medardo Ortiz on river boat. © Conservation International/photo by Peter Stonier
    EditCaption Title:People protecting forests
    EditCaption Description:For the Cofán people, the forest is everything: a house, a market, a pharmacy. So says Medardo, a husband, father and teacher who...
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    EditImage Alt Text:Aerial view, Belo-sur-Mer, Madagascar © Olivier Langrand
    EditCaption Title:Confronting climate change
    EditCaption Description:The effects of climate change are transforming impoverished countries across the world. As sea levels rise and traditional weather patterns shift, vulnerable communities...
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