Nature is Calling, Fall 2019 As we look back on what has been a remarkable year for the protection of biological and cultural diversity in Latin America, we are filled with hope for the future. And that's because of dedicated friends like you. This year, you established the second largest … [Read more...] about Nature is Calling: 2019 Fall Newsletter
New protected area in Colombia's Andes secures clean water for 46 communities. Your support created a NEW protected area in the Andes of Colombia. Páramo de Vida Maitamá-Sonsón Regional Protected Area conserves one of Colombia’s most critical ecosystems – the source of water for 46 communities. … [Read more...] about Securing Clean Water for 46 Communities
Nature and Culture International is thrilled to participate in the III Congress of Protected Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean this week in Lima. We're looking forward to sharing our experiences, commitments, and strategies with others. For those attending, check out one of the sessions led … [Read more...] about III Congress of Protected Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean
Cajamarca creates their first Regional Conservation Area, protecting one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. Nature and Culture created a new protected area in the Peruvian Andes this week. Bosques El Chaupe, Cunía and Chinchiquilla (Chaupe) is the first Regional Conservation Area … [Read more...] about The First Regional Conservation Area in Cajamarca, Peru
We're about half way through the year, and our donors have already accomplished SO much. Check out your main achievements of the year to date! … [Read more...] about PBS, 20 Million & More!
2018 Impact Report How your support protects the planet. The year 2018 was a remarkable year – by any metric. On the negative side, hurricanes blasted with unprecedented ferocity, wildfire torched our neighborhoods and tropical forests suffered near-record tree losses. In these respects, we … [Read more...] about 2018 Impact Report
We have BIG news! Together we achieved a milestone. Just how big?
20 million acres.
Nature and Culture was founded on the urgency to protect our planet’s biodiversity. Five years ago, facing climate change, deforestation and other threats, we pledged to conserve 20 million acres in Latin America … [Read more...] about We did it! 20 MILLION acres
for the planet.
Nature and Culture International supports the creation of the largest conservation corridor in the Gran Chaco. Stretching across Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and a bit of Brazil, the Gran Chaco Americano constitutes the largest forest mass in South America, after the Amazon. The ecoregion holds … [Read more...] about Autonomous Indigenous Government Protects Three Million Acres in Bolivia’s Chaco
Nature and Culture International plays leading role in protecting cultural and biodiversity in an area rapidly losing its forests. Nature and Culture International celebrates the creation of a new protected area linking the Andes Mountains with the Ecuadorian Amazon. Huamboya Municipal … [Read more...] about Huamboya Municipal Conservation Area Protects Critical Ecosystems in Central Ecuador
Nature and Culture International plays leading role in protecting wildlife, habitat and ecosystem services in an area rapidly losing its forests. Nature and Culture International celebrates the declaration of Zamora Chinchipe Provincial Reserve in southern Ecuador. Zamora Chinchipe will protect … [Read more...] about Zamora Chinchipe Provincial Reserve Protects Nearly 1.1 Million Acres in Southern Ecuador