The Nature Conservancy

Conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends

Our planet grapples with the intertwined challenges of accelerated climate change and the alarming loss of biodiversity. The urgency of addressing these existential threats cannot be overstated; we have only a few years, not decades, to act decisively.

The scientific consensus is unequivocal: Immediate action is imperative to avert catastrophic climate change and halt the ongoing loss of biodiversity. The Nature Conservancy's actions between now and 2030 will determine whether we can cap global warming at 1.5 degrees Celsius, a critical threshold recognized by scientists to mitigate the worst consequences of climate change.

COmON's funding of select projects, in partnership with organizations like The Nature Conservancy, plays a crucial role in these efforts. The Nature Conservancy's initiatives, together with our support, hold the key to preserving sufficient land and water resources, thereby slowing the alarming rate of species extinction. Achieving both objectives is essential to protecting humanity from the devastating impacts of these crises.

We’re facing two existential crises: climate change and rapid biodiversity loss. Reversing these crises requires protecting and sustainably managing our ocean, land and fresh water.
Cuito River Angola

The Nature Conservancy projects