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    How much tropical nature will be left in 100 years?

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    Tropical ecosystems are home to a stunning array of plants and animals.

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  • Nature is most under threat in the tropics, but solutions are at hand.

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    The Kayapo are guardians of the Brazilian rainforest. We are helping them protect an area twice the size of Nova Scotia.

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    We have halted or reversed the decline of threatened species.

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    We are reducing threats to Canada's shorebirds at their winter homes in Latin America.

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2017 Annual Report just out! ICFC is Canada's only global conservation charity.  We protect nature in the tropics and other priority areas in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Why the tropics?   Biodiversity abounds in the tropics and this is where it is most under threat.  Tropical nature benefits the entire world by regulating climate, preserving biodiversity, and supplying fresh water, rainfall, pollinators, and much else.  Canada's migratory species depend on tropical wintering areas. .

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