Our scientists, economists, communicators, and educators are working in more than 40 countries around the globe. Since one place is clearly different from the next, we’re not out there alone.
Wherever possible, we’ve sought out governments, businesses, communities, and organizations at all levels to make sure that our conservation planning accounts for each region’s unique needs and values. Because for these plans to last, they can’t just be ours, they have to be yours. Learn how we’re working together on every continent.
For Africa to meet its pressing needs, wisely using its abundant natural resources may be the continent’s best bet.
The Asia Pacific offers conservationists one of the best opportunities to nurse the environment back to health. Despite concerns about the demands placed on the environment, paradise still abounds.
From bike lanes in Paris to development bank investments in conservation, Europe’s vision for a sustainable future is clear.
North and Central America drive worldwide change – for better and for worse. The United States is the largest greenhouse gas emitter, and Central America’s deforestation rates are proving dangerous.
In the Amazon and the Andes, South America guards the world’s largest supply of fresh water, one our most basic survival needs.