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JUST PUBLISHED: New analysis shows we can meet people’s needs AND do better for nature. Science and collaboration can get us there. https://t.co/nqteVeMy6r
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#OnThisDay in 1951 we were incorporated as 'The Nature Conservancy.' For a nonprofit, that's like a birthday!

In lieu of sending cake, please take a look at what we've been doing these past 67 years (& thanks for being a part of it): https://t.co/42zapmrcJO
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An international team of scientists is mastering the art and science of raising coral babies.

Great story complete w/ video & photo: ()https://t.co/fPwAQxqQgh@bioGraphic
This richly illustrated book – part instruction manual, part field guide – empowers fishers in Kenya to monitor their own resources: https://t.co/laYLV9ch2I
Nature can provide one third of the solution to our climate problem by 2030. https://t.co/Vy1Eecr7VK

#TheForgottenSolution #GCAS2018
Warming event --> disease that kills starfish --> Purple urchins lose main predator, population booms --> Urchins decimate kelp populations --> Red abalone loses food source, putting ecosystem & economy that relies on it at risk. https://t.co/aJdSuBnf9J
Nature-based solutions can help address some of the most pressing challenges faced by modern cities – @PascalMitter speaks with @ProSyn https://t.co/Y8w6ajR2BC
Any efforts to address water security at scale require multi-sector collaboration. https://t.co/ZHr0g86vjQ || #WWWeek @LaurentAuguste @veolia
This year's “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico is about the size of Connecticut, threatening seafood production, recreation, & marine life.

This is just one reason we're working with to @TomsofMainerestore water quality to the Mississippi River Basin: https://t.co/auA1PRZlN6
Even local water shortages can have global effects. @wbcsd estimates that water shortages cost the global economy over US$323 billion annually. We must address the problem at the source. #WWWeek https://t.co/y4AKwD7BQw
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