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Conservation International is working to protect nature for the benefit of all.



Seagrasses are a vital coastal ecosystem that store vast amounts of climate-warming carbon, but the world has lost half its seagrasses just since 1990.

#dugongs – a little known cousin of the #manatee – are unlikely ally in maintaining and restoring the world’s seagrass, scientists have found.
POV: You are a woman in STEM working to protect nature and doing what you love. #WomenInScience

The direct participation and decision-making of women in conservation efforts result in stronger and more equitable outcomes, and around the world Conservation International staff, partners and local communities are working to create profound change for the future and for nature.
As U.S. President Joseph Biden meets with Brazil’s newly elected president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in Washington today, #climatechange and the fate of the Amazon will be one of the many items of discussion, according to news reports.

There’s much to talk about: The world’s largest rainforest, 60 percent of which lies inside Brazil’s borders, saw an uptick in deforestation in recent years — pushing the Amazon biome ever closer to the dreaded “tipping point” at which the entire ecosystem would shift irrevocably to dry savannah.

But there’s good news — in the form of three efforts under way that are aimed at halting the destruction of the most important stretch of forests on Earth.
Nature never needs to strike a pose to look good. #albumcoverchallenge

At Conservation International, we protect #nature for the benefit of humanity. We partner with governments, companies, civil society, Indigenous peoples and local communities to help people and nature thrive together.

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