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Haleakala National Park TNC staff Axel Brunst stands on a rock inside the crater of Haleakala National Park. © Ian Shive/Tandemstock.com

Nature United brings global innovation and investment to Canada and amplifies Canadian leadership to tackle world challenges.

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Global Affiliation The Nature Conservancy is the global affiliate of Nature United. © TNC

Nature United's global affiliate is The Nature Conservancy—the world’s largest conservation organization, with more than 3,000 staff worldwide, 600 scientists and 1 million supporters. 

Founded in 1951, TNC has offices in all 50 U.S. states and is impacting conservation in more than 70 countries and territories—protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Zambia. The mission of TNC is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Nature United's global affiliate is The Nature Conservancy—the world’s largest conservation organization, with more than 3,000 staff worldwide, 600 scientists and 1 million supporters. 

Founded in 1951, TNC has offices in all 50 U.S. states and is impacting conservation in more than 70 countries and territories—protecting habitats from grasslands to coral reefs, from Australia to Zambia. The mission of TNC is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Global Insights

Explore new thinking on the most pressing issues facing people and the planet from our global network of thought-leaders and experts.

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    Protecting Nature Through Authentic Partnerships

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    Biodiversity Action Guide

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What are Natural Climate Solutions? Want to fight climate change? Then we need to phase out fossil fuels as soon as possible—and work more with nature.
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How carbon markets work If we want to keep the climate in safe boundaries, we need to reach net-zero emissions as soon as possible. But eliminating some carbon sources will be easier than others.
A Food System to Heal the Planet Food is essential for our bodies, our economies and our communities—but the way we produce food right now isn’t always good for the planet.
British Columbia's 21-million-acre Great Bear Rainforest is the largest coastal temperate rainforest on Earth.
Humpback Whale British Columbia's 21-million-acre Great Bear Rainforest is the largest coastal temperate rainforest on Earth. © Jon McCormack