Can people and nature actually adapt to climate change's impacts? Yes — and The Nature Conservancy is a global leader in developing strategies to do so. Our strategies include:
- Protecting lands and waters in new ways to meet the demands of a changing climate.
- Restoring and rehabilitating critical ecosystems that climate change has altered or compromised.
- Reducing invasive species, pollution and fragmentation — all factors that prevent species and ecosystems from adapting to climate change.
Read the stories below to find out more about the Conservancy's exciting adaptation work around the world.
In Australia’s central desert, climate change is drying rivers and making it difficult for wildlife to survive. See how the Conservancy is teaming with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy to connect protected lands and allow desert wildlife to find the dwindling resources they need to survive.