Conservation International (Brazil)
Conservation International (CI-Brasil) is a Brazilian non-profit organization created in 1990 that works to ensure a healthy and productive planet for all.
Because people need nature to thrive.
Their goal is to protect the most fundamental things that nature provides us: food, water, our livelihoods and climate stability .
They believe in the power of dialogue and the establishment of partnerships to implement the transformations they deem necessary. Their approach involves developing science-based innovations for real-world problem solving and conducting field demonstrations of the effectiveness of these innovations, as well as promoting the amplification of solutions to achieve global impact.
In order to make their efforts more effective, they selected some regions of Brazil to focus on their actions: Guiana Shield, Tapajós, Belém Endemism Center, BR-319, Três Fronteiras, Equatorial Coast, Matopiba, Paraguaçu Basin, Abrolhos Land and Sea and Mega River.
In addition to the priority geographies, CI-Brasil contributes to the creation, execution or monitoring and implementation of new policies related to the environment and development.
CI-Brasil wants to help Brazilian society to take a course of development that will lead them to a richer, more egalitarian, healthier and sustainable future - for the benefit of humanity.
Mission and Vision
To promote human well-being by strengthening society in a responsible and sustainable way, taking care of nature and their global biodiversity, supported by a solid base of science, partnerships and field experiences.
They envision a healthy and productive world in which healthy and sustainable societies value natural capital and integrate effective governance and sustainable production to improve human well-being.See more