Australian Wildlife Conservancy

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Australian Wildlife Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy is a global environmental non-profit non-government organisation working to create a world where people and nature can thrive.
Founded at its grassroots in the United States in 1951, The Nature Conservancy has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organisations in the world. Thanks to more than a million members and the dedicated efforts of our diverse staff and more than 400 scientists, we impact conservation in 70 countries across six continents.

 

Over the past 200 years, one-third of all mammal extinctions around the world
Conservancy worker cradling a young baby kangaroo in a knitted pouch
have occurred in Australia as a result of human impacts.
Almost ninety percent of Australia's mammal species aren’t found anywhere else on Earth. Australia’s native wildlife is counting on us for their survival. 

Their mission demands that they do everything in their power to create a world where people and nature can thrive. Their science shows that we can.  From their historic work in land acquisition to their cutting-edge research that influences global policy, The Nature Conservancy is constantly evolving so that they can take on the world’s most important challenges. 

Seven decades of conservation experience have taught them that we can accomplish more for the natural world when they bring together people and organisations across borders, across sectors and across political aisles. We all have a stake in a better future.
Their scientific work goes beyond the traditional scope of conservation to tackle Australia’s toughest environmental challenges. From pioneering techniques to restore lost shellfish reefs in the south, to innovative fire programs at a vast scale in the north, their science work constantly pushes the practice of conservation forward. They have more than 400 scientists spread across the world working hands-on with nature, discovering smarter ways of protecting endangered species and their fragile environments.

Koala sleeping in a tree
Here in Australia, the team includes highly qualified, experienced and published experts in their fields, so we’re in good hands to achieve our conservation goals
The Nature Conservancy is known for their pragmatic, inclusive style. They are proud of the partnerships they have built.

Our planet is at a crossroads. The actions we take together now are important to protecting the natural world we rely on today—and for setting us on the path to a more hopeful, sustainable future. We're taking on the planet’s biggest, most important environmental challenges by focusing on priorities that science shows are the most urgent and where our innovation and expertise can be game changers.

Oceans
It’s predicted that if overfishing continues at the current pace, all the world’s fisheries will collapse by the year 2048. There’s still time to reverse decades of damage to the world’s oceans. 

Land & Freshwater
They have helped protect millions of hectares of lands and freshwater areas. And they plan to protect even more by 2025.  

Cities
By 2050, two-thirds of people will live in cities. Thoughtful planning, smart growth and nature can generate benefits for communities, for people’s health and for the economy.

Wildlife
Almost ninety percent of Australia's mammal species aren’t found anywhere else on Earth. Our native wildlife are counting on us for their survival.

https://www.australianwildlife.org/

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