We’re already seeing the effects of human-caused climate change — but nature can help.
To halt the destruction of the planet’s ecosystems, we must protect forests today.
To restore areas that have been lost to deforestation, we must plant trees for tomorrow.
Since 1987, Conservation International have been fighting to protect nature for people. They’ve helped to protect more than 6 million square kilometers of land and sea across more than 70 countries.
Your subscriptions support key on-the-ground Conservation International projects around the globe.
Alto Mayo rainforest, Peru
The Alto Mayo Protected Forest had some of Peru's highest deforestation rates. With the help of partners, Conservation International is engaging communities in protecting and restoring vital forests.
Conservation International is restoring 73 million trees in the Brazilian Amazon as part of the world's largest tropical forest restoration project.
The Chyulu Hills
The Chyulu Hills are an integral part of Kenya’s largest conservation landscape. Conservation International are helping safeguard them through a program to compensate communities for keeping the forests standing,
Deforestation here is associated with the expansion of agriculture, tourism and illegal logging. Conservation International is currently leading a mangrove conservation project that aims to sequester an estimated 1 million metric tonnes of CO2 over the lifetime of the project.
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MyTrees focuses 85% of its reforestation efforts on planting trees, and 15% on their protection.
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This is the cost of buying and growing a seedling, planting it, then monitoring and maintaining it for 3 years so that it doesn’t die.
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