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EditTitle:Better coffee, better lives
EditText:“Through the coffee co-op, we’re making more money,” he says. “It really improves how we live. The co-op built our basketball court, our soccer field and our computer school. All kids are welcomed at the school, and they can get a better education without having to leave the area.” - Amparo Reyes, a coffee farmer from Mexico.
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EditTitle:Farmers need nature
EditText:“Our lives depend on water. Without it, we can’t cultivate rice, and without rice, we don’t eat.” - Gopar, a farmer from northern Sumatra..
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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, Indonesia. © Conservation International/photo by Tory Read
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EditTitle:Bringing back fish for people in Hawai’i
EditText:“As fish pond farmers, our goal is to produce enough fish to share with our community...” - Keli‘i Kotubetey, from Hawai’i
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EditImage Alt Text:Keli'i Kotubetey of Paepae o He'eia. © Paepae o Heʻeia
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EditTitle:People protecting forests
EditText:“The forest is also very important for the rest of the world. Forests absorb pollution and give us fresh air to breathe. We have always worked to maintain the health of the forest.” - Medardo, from northeastern Ecuador.
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EditImage Alt Text:Common squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus) sitting on a tree branch. © Nick Fox
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EditTitle:Providing insights for African farmers
EditText:“Because of my farming projects, my children will be able to study and get good jobs in the future. I am happy because my work ensures us a good income and gives me peace of mind.” - Mama Churi, from rural Tanzania.
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EditImage Alt Text:Comfort Dankwa, cassava. © Benjamin Drummond
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EditTitle:Confronting climate change
EditText:“This accreditation is huge. It will allow CI to expand our work in Asia, Africa, Latin America and elsewhere to help real people cope with the consequences of climate change.” - Lilian Spijkerman, CI Senior Vice President
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EditImage Alt Text:Aerial view, Belo-sur-Mer, Madagascar © Olivier Langrand
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EditTitle:Funding the long-term protection of nature
EditText:With its sights set on the future, Conservation International is committing to the long-term protection of the world’s most valuable natural areas through funding that will last for generations.
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EditImage Alt Text:Kayapo man on top of mountains with forest
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EditTitle:Implementing forest conservation in Peru’s Alto Mayo region
EditText:Conservation International is protecting and restoring the Alto Mayo Protected Forest thanks to landmark carbon financing by Disney. CI and its partners are engaging communities in conservation, safeguarding vital forests and securing livelihoods.
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EditTitle:Supporting regional cooperation in the Pacific Oceanscape
EditText:As a partner in the design of the Pacific Oceanscape, Conservation International helped to create one of the world's most ambitious conservation initiatives — a framework for the long- term, sustainable management of an ocean territory four times the size of the United States.
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EditTitle:Creating sustainable fisheries in Brazil’s Abrolhos region
EditText:By recognizing the deep connection between the ocean's bounty and the prosperity of local communities, Conservation International made waves with an innovative approach to ocean protection and management — one that helped to transform lives and livelihoods in an entire region dependent upon the riches of the sea.
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EditImage Alt Text:Abrolhos National Park, Bahia, Brazil
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