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Climate Week NYC

Timed to coincide with the UN General Assembly. WCS is at the table emphasizing the pivotal role nature can play.

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2023 WCS Impact Report

"I have hope because of the incredibly talented and dedicated people who work at WCS—and who support WCS. With their passion and ideas and hard work, I know we can make the change that we need in the world."



Hudson Canyon

The U.S. Federal Government is considering naming the largest submarine canyon along the Atlantic Coast a National Marine Sanctuary. It's a once-in-a-generation opportunity to support marine conservation.

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New Direct Access Fund for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

WCS and Rainforest Foundation Norway are launching the first-ever direct access fund for Indigenous Peoples and local communities protecting DRC’s forests. The initiative will help secure land and resource rights and protect a critical tropical rainforest.

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Forests and Climate Change

WCS’s Forest and Climate Change Program works on innovative solutions to help ensure that Earth’s remaining forests and peatlands can deliver climate change mitigation and adaptation benefits at the scale we need.

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In the news

September 21, 2023 | The New York Times

Support the High Seas Treaty

WCS President and CEO Monica Medina makes a case for the treaty, which would protect ocean biodiversity and more.

September 12, 2023 | Andrew Revkin Livestream

Bottleneck to Breakthrough

Enormous trends toward population stabilization, poverty alleviation, and urbanization are rewriting the future of wildlife and wild places, says WCS's Joe Walston.

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