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We're Conservation International. We protect nature for the benefit of all 7 billion people on Earth—because people need nature to thrive.
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Conservation Intl 59m
We’re already seeing the impacts of , but thankfully, we’re equipped with the most effective tool to mitigate and adapt to it: . Protecting nature today means a better planet for future generations.
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Conservation Intl 2h
“Home sweet home…If you do not take care of me, I cannot take care of you.” Biodiversity is life on Earth and every extinction undermines the stability of our home. and she’s telling us to protect our planet AND its species.
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Conservation Intl 3h
In light of significant biodiversity findings in and around Honduras' City of the Monkey God, established a foundation to promote ongoing research & to increase monitoring/protection of the rainforest surrounding sites at the once lost city.
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Conservation Intl 3h
"There’s not many places left where we see a full community of species from the prey all the way up to the predators." - 's Trond Larsen Via
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Conservation Intl 4h
Scientists found such high species abundance in Honduras’ City of the Monkey God bc forests around it remain pristine, unlike much of the region. This makes it a conservation priority for the long-term persistence of biodiversity through Central America.
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) May 19
Join 1,500+ leaders from 100 countries, including Indigenous Peoples, ministers, global media and youth in creating a global standard for Indigenous rights. Check out the link to find out how.
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Conservation Intl 5h
Mother Nature has a message for you: "Your future depends on me." and her message is true. We must work to protect Mother Nature and all the that makes life on this planet possible.
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Conservation Intl 6h
"The [“City of the Monkey God”] is one of the few areas remaining in Central America where ecological and evolutionary processes remain intact.” - Trond Larsen, Director of ConservationOrg's Rapid Assessment Program.
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Conservation Intl 7h
Why is it so important that we do our part to protect our planet’s species? Well, combating is a start.
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Conservation Intl 7h
A ecological SWAT team finds a “Lost City” in Honduras now serves as a refuge for rare wildlife like the endangered Great Green Macaw, and the tiger beetle, which had only ever been recorded in Nicaragua and was believed to be extinct.
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Mashable 11h
In a lost city buried by jungle, scientists found these creatures thriving
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Conservation Intl 8h
“Humanity must stop the pace of wildlife extinctions — or face extinction” Protecting the that makes up Earth’s environment is essential for ensuring a healthy and productive future.
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Conservation Intl 8h
A scientific expedition – led by 's Rapid Assessment Program in coordination with the Government of Honduras – reveals that nation’s famous lost City of the Monkey God harbors unparalleled biodiversity & species once thought to be extinct.
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Conservation Intl 9h
Deep within a city lost long ago by humanity, scientific explorers find nature is thriving.
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Conservation Intl 10h
A sensational archaeological find in Honduras is also a rare refuge for wildlife & plants, according to survey by scientists & partners. The results, published today, reveal a pristine, thriving ecosystem teeming w/ rare & unique species.
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Conservation Intl Jun 19
Human activity has extinguished more than 571 plant species, probably more.
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Conservation Intl Jun 19
Join partner tonight at 9/8c on and the @ SmithsonianChan as he narrates a new deep time adventure,
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Conservation Intl Jun 19
Scientists warn the Atlantic could run out of the oxygen which wildlife needs to survive. Via
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Conservation Intl Jun 19
Wine has been made for thousands of years but is impacting the ways this beverage is produced today.
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Conservation Intl Jun 19
On its maiden voyage, the yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has already made a significant discovery linking increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temps. Via
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