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The Nature Conservancy

Our Goals for 2030

We’re racing to hit these targets to help the world reverse climate change and biodiversity loss. Together, we find the paths to make change possible.

View Our Priorities
  • CO2 icon

    3B

    Avoid or sequester 3 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually—the same as taking 650 million cars off the road every year.

  • People Icon

    100M

    Help 100 million people at severe risk of climate-related emergencies by safeguarding habitats that protect communities.

  • Land icon

    650M

    Conserve 650 million hectares—a land area twice the size of India—of biodiverse habitats such as forests, grasslands and desert.

  • Ocean icon

    4B

    Conserve 4 billion hectares of marine habitat—more than 10% of the world's oceans—through protected areas, sustainable fishing and more.

  • River icon

    30M

    Conserve 1 million kilometers of rivers—enough to stretch 25 times around the globe—plus 30 million hectares of lakes and wetlands.

  • Partnership icon

    45M

    Support the leadership of 45 million people from Indigenous and local communities in stewarding their environment and securing rights.

Nature Needs You

There are so many ways you can get involved and do your part to support a world where people and nature thrive together.

Find a Local Chapter

Dive into your local chapter and explore what The Nature Conservancy has been doing in your community.

Fishermen from Pate Island in Lamu County.
Fishermen from Pate Island in Lamu County pull a beach seine net in the Indian Ocean waters. © Mwangi Kirubi