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Through a new project, @ConservationOrg is helping indigenous communities living near Bolivia's Uyuni salt flats to shift their economic dependence from mining to sustainable tourism.

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As the scorching days of summer wind down, @ConservationOrg staff are catching up on the latest TV shows and movies about a favorite topic: . LINK IN BIO to check out what they can’t stop watching.

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.@RetetiElephants provides a safe place for injured or orphaned animals to heal & later, be returned to the wild. Join @Amivee to support this wondrous place. Buy a copy of her elephant print BY MIDNIGHT TONIGHT & 100% of profits from sales will be donated to Reteti. LINK IN BIO. _ 📸 by @AmiVitale 2/2

: “Water is the driving force of all nature.” - Leonardo da Vinci _ Fresh water is vital to supporting the diversity of life on earth, a source of food, health and energy. Without it, civilization would not be possible. But if we don’t take steps to keep our planet healthy, we risk the complete depletion of these freshwater resources. By focusing on the locations around the world that people rely on most for their fresh drinking water, agriculture and other uses, our projects use sound science to provide innovative solutions that serve as models for conservation worldwide.

Oceans cover up to 70% of the Earth’s surface and include 97% of the world’s water. But beset by habitat destruction, overfishing and , the ocean is losing the ability to provide the benefits that humans have come to rely on: food, livelihoods, regulation. At @ConservationOrg our long-term goal is to safeguard the world’s essential and coastal biodiversity in order to maximize the long-term benefits for people and .

What on earth is and how can it help combat ? That’s easy: It’s helping to bring forest back to an area where it was destroyed. Reforestation involves wildlife, breathable air — even the cocoa powder in your favorite breakfast spread. Fundamentally, though, it’s a matter of creating the conditions for Earth to continue supporting human life.

Photo by @AmiVitale. Elephants enjoy a mud bath at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary (@r.e.s.c.u.e). These elephants are being cared for by members of the local community. “We take care of the elephants, and the elephants are taking care of us. We now have a relationship between us.” _ Today is and it’s your last chance to donate just $10 and enter for the chance to win a brand new @NikonUSA D5600 two lens outfit, a fabulous @thinktankphoto bag to carry it in and a 20x30 signed print of mine. OR you can also buy one of Ami’s elephant prints of adorable little Nadasoit saying hello. 100% of the profits will be donated to the sanctuary. Prints are available in 4 sizes and start at $150. LINK IN BIO for all the details.

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The recent @IPCC climate report called out reducing food waste as one way YOU can help protect the planet. Roughly one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year gets lost or wasted, contributing billions of tons of greenhouse gases. The good news is that reducing food waste is easy — it just takes a little extra planning. Try to plan your meals before you go shopping; inventory your fridge and pantry; and make (and stick to) a list. You can also freeze or repurpose leftovers and preserve extra produce through canning, freezing, pickling or drying.

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