Conservation International

Conservation International

Lost There, Felt Here. Protect an Acre Now

Each of our forest carbon projects is designed to 1) reduce global greenhouse emissions by saving forests, 2) protect habitat for threatened species, and 3) support the livelioods and economies of people that live within or nearby forests. Supported by strong science and diverse partners around the globe, we are committed to helping societies adopt a more sustainable approach to development — one that considers and values nature at every turn.

Though costs for conservation vary considerably around the globe, we have calculated the cost of ensuring good long-term management and protection to be $15 per acre per year.

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Conservation International is a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Any miles or acres you help protect are symbolic. All online donations to CI go to supporting our core initiatives and are unrestricted. Rest assured your donation will go toward supporting CI's important conservation work.