Protecting the nature we all rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods
Bioprospecting, Asindopo, Suriname, January 1996

our work

© CI/Haroldo Castro

National level

Pono1
© FORWARD MOTION

Legislation

Nature protection has transformed into a vision of nature management where there is place for nature, people and sustainable coexistence of activities.

Climate Change Suriname
© Conservation International Suriname

Climate Change

Building with nature (a technique introduced and successfully implemented in Indonesia by Wetlands International) is a successful example of climate change adaptation. 

Colorful poison-dart frogs are among the most spectacular of South America's biodiversity.
© Trond Larsen

Wildlife program

Ensuring that forests remain healthy includes ensuring that the wildlife that lives within them thrives.

geographical level

North Suriname_
© Paul Nicklen

Sustainable Oceanscape Suriname

Working toward sustainable development in Suriname's coastal and marine areas

Boy wades through river
© Cristina Mittermeier

Community Conservation Program

Sustainable forest management in community forest

South Suriname
© Trond Larsen

TWTIS (former SSCC)

Conserving 7.2 million hectares of pristine tropical forest and fresh water resources

our local funding program

FOGS

Friends of Green Suriname

The Friends of green Suriname are prominent Surinamese companies who protect the nature of Suriname. With the use of their network and financial resources they want to bridge the gap between Conservation International Suriname and the society.