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      ​​​​​A Mountain of a Quiz

      Can you identify these famous peaks​​ from around the world?

      These towers of​​ forests, water and life are ​more dynamic — and more endangered — than you might think

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      EditResult value:23%
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      Deforestation
      Though deforestation is more commonly associated with tropical areas, mountain trees have also been unsustainably cleared for farming, mining and logging. In the mountains of southwest China, for instance, only 8% of original forest remains. When forest cover is lost, runoff and soil erosion increase, causing landslides, avalanches and floods. Like their tropical counterparts, mountain forests store large quantities of carbon; their loss exacerbates climate change.

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      EditResult value:329 million
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      Food insecurity
      Mountain glaciers are melting at unprecedented rates, threatening the plants and animals that mountain people, already among the world’s poorest citizens, depend on for survival. The number of people living in mountain areas in developing countries facing food insecurity rose 30% between 2000 and 2012, from 253 million to nearly 329 million. That means that one in three people who live in mountain areas — urban and rural — faced hunger and malnutrition, compared with one in nine globally.

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      Water Scarcity
      Nearly every major river begins in the mountains, where water is captured from the atmosphere and stored as snow and ice, supplying streams and rivers. More than half of the world’s population relies on fresh water from mountains for drinking, washing, irrigation, hydropower, industry and transportation. In some cases, a single mountain can supply water for millions: In East Africa, for example, Mount Kenya is the only source of fresh water for more than 7 million people. Climate change is causing many mountain glaciers to melt, however, which could lead to water shortages in the future.

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      CI’s solutions

      For 30 years, Conservation International has helped protect the places that are most critical for sustaining nature and all of its benefits. This includes mountain ecosystems, from the alpine tundras of Colombia to the remote Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia, that supply water for millions of people. Through research, financing and community partnerships, CI advances national and global policies that aim to slow climate change and its impact on mountain ecosystems — and the people that depend on them.​​​​​

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      EditCaption Title:Cambodia Central Cardamom Protected Forest
      EditCaption Description:Population growth, economic development, the potential for hydropower and mineral deposits have all put new pressures on a crucial Cambodian watershed.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. © Robin Moore/iLCP
      EditCaption Title:VIDEO: Bogotá Mountains Provide Water for Life
      EditCaption Description:At 2,640 meters, Bogotá, Colombia's capital, is home to more than eight million people who depend on the surrounding mountains for their water. Here one finds the páramos, a stunning landscape that's part of a natural machine that has sustained Bogotá for centuries.
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      EditImage Alt Text:Lone tree in Cambodia. © Conservation International/photo by Sopha Sett
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      HOW CAN YOU HELP MOUNTAIN?

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      EditNewsletter Message:Around the world, we work in mountain ranges to protect nature for people. Join our email list to receive updates about these vital efforts.
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