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Magellanic penguins heading ashore on Estancia Monte Dinero
Laohegou Nature Reserve, China Laohegou Nature Reserve, Pingwu County, Sichuan Province, China © Nick Hall

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Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has worked to conserve the lands and waters that all life depends on. Here in Hong Kong, and around the world, our one million supporters, 400 scientists, and dedicated staff and volunteers are making a real difference.

When you become a Conservation Champion…

YOU ARE making a difference locally and globally

Whether helping educate Hong Kong’s next generation of environmental leaders through our education program or taking a stand for endangered wildlife, your support takes the form of boots-on-the-ground action.

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Polar bear on melting glacier © Lindsey P Martin

YOU ARE fighting climate change, in Hong Kong and around the world

More than 30% of the climate change goals that our world leaders established at the 2015 Paris Climate Convention can be achieved through the power of nature. This means that TNC’s nature-based solutions – such as stopping deforestation and restoring coastal ecosystems – can get us more than a third of the way to the emission reductions needed by 2030. Your support makes it possible.

in the waters of Dampier Strait off the Raja Ampat Islands of Indonesia.
A huge school of yellowstripe in the waters of Dampier Strait off the Raja Ampat Islands of Indonesia. © Jeff Yonover

YOU ARE helping keep our seas stocked with fish, and our oceans healthy for all

Research shows that global fish consumption has doubled over the last 30 years. One in every 12 people now depend on fisheries for their livelihoods, but today, many fisheries in the Asia Pacific region are in decline. The collapse of these fisheries would have devastating ecological, economic and social implications for the region — and for the world. TNC develops technology, like our award-winning FishFace application, to help ensure our oceans remain full, colorful, and sustainable.

Clich River
Clich River A variety of different species of rare mussels are pulled from the Clinch River. The Cumberland Forest Project conserves important forestlands in the river's watershed. © Jon Golden/The Nature Conservancy

YOU ARE keeping the fresh water flowing

Thanks to our supporters, TNC acts across industries, borders, and habitats to balance the supply and demand for fresh water around the world. Whether it’s working with farmers to reduce water needs and make their farms more resilient, partnering with hydropower companies to manage electricity-generating dams in ways that benefit people and nature, restoring floodplains to keep communities safer from floods, or launching market-based water funds in cities around the world to help ensure clean and abundant water supplies from China to Ecuador, TNC is a global leader in finding innovative solutions to this pressing environmental challenge.

Current estimates are that giraffe populations across Africa have dropped 40 percent in 25 years, plummeting from 140,000 in the late 1990s to about 85,000 today.
Reticulated giraffe: Current estimates are that giraffe populations across Africa have dropped 40 percent in 25 years, plummeting from 140,000 in the late 1990s to about 85,000 today. © Ami Vitale

YOU ARE ensuring our world stays wild and beautiful

Whether it’s snow leopard dens high in the Mongolian mountains or Pacific island beaches home to critically endangered Hawksbill sea turtles, TNC partners with communities, governments, private companies and other NGOs to protect, preserve, and restore habitat for wildlife around the world.

Words from Our Celebrity Ambassadors

Jean K. Sung

Head of the Philanthropy Centre, Asia, J.P. Morgan

“In the increasingly results-driven social sector, it is always a delight to partner with The Nature Conservancy in its pursuit to drive collective and sustainable change. TNC’s investment into nature and their efforts to conserve and protect the planet benefit current and future generations alike.”

Karen Mok

Actress and Singer-Songwriter

“I’ve always been thrilled by the work of The Nature Conservancy in protecting the environment and endangered wildlife, like the beautiful Yunnan Golden Monkeys. It was an amazing experience to see them in their natural habitat when I visited Baima Snow Mountain last May. Let us all do our part in preserving the wonders of nature which surround us.”

Filmmaker, entrepreneur and conservationist
Sean Lee Davies Filmmaker, entrepreneur and conservationist © TNC

Sean Lee-Davies 

Filmmaker, Entrepreneur and Conservationist

“I’m very honored to be able to work with such a prestigious NGO like TNC. I’ve seen first-hand how TNC works with local communities on the ground to preserve our ecosystems and local livelihoods. Their work is vital to the survival of all species on the planet, including our own.”

William Sargent

Founder, MoonTrekker

“We are delighted that Barclays MoonTrekker is able to support The Nature Conservancy Hong Kong in the work they do around the region. We have seen first-hand the impact that TNC has made, and continues to make, on conservation of our natural resources. MoonTrekker feels that achieving environmental sustainability is the biggest challenge facing our world today, and we hope that through the work of organizations like TNC, we can help make a difference.”


Year after year, 70% of TNC’s funds are spent directly on conservation. Charity Navigator, Better Business Bureau, and other top charity watchdogs applaud organizations that spend greater than 66% of their funds directly on their programs—and we always do. This means you can be confident that any investment in TNC will be put to good use.

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TNC is accredited by the Better Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance and meets all 20 of the BBB’s Standards for Charity Accountability.

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