During the second day of coral reef rapid-response training for natural disasters, brigade members practice with life bags, and also practice coral transplanting, cementing, and drilling. Brigade members work together to complete activities. In the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef  at Puerto Morelos Reef National Park.  Puerto Morelos, Mexico. June 2018.
Reef monitor training During the second day of coral reef rapid-response training for natural disasters, brigade members practice with life bags, and also practice coral transplanting, cementing, and drilling. Brigade members work together to complete activities. In the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef at Puerto Morelos Reef National Park. Puerto Morelos, Mexico. June 2018. © Jennifer Adler

Qué Hacemos

Nuestras Prioridades

Trabajamos por un futuro en el que la naturaleza y las personas puedan prosperar juntas

TNC México encara los desafíos ambientales más importantes del planeta, atendiendo las 4 prioridades que la ciencia advierte como urgentes, con el fin de encaminarnos hacia un mañana esperanzador y sostenible. Pero no trabajamos solos; nos aliamos con gobiernos, industrias, organizaciones sociales y comunidades para definir en conjunto las soluciones que puedan detonar el cambio.

  • Young mangroves in Seychelles. In 2016, the Republic of Seychelles worked with TNC to restructure part of its national debt, freeing up money to reach the conservation goal of protecting 30% of its marine territory by 2020. As of 2018, the government has established two marine protected areas—taking the country over halfway to this goal. Using this debt conversion model as a base, TNC has now created the Blue Bonds for Conservation plan which can help other island and coastal nations address their debt challenges, benefit more than 40 million people and conserve 15% more of the world’s oceans than are currently protected in the next five years.

    Combatir el cambio climático

    Ante el dramático aumento de la temperatura global en el último siglo, TNC lidera en México proyectos que brindan soluciones innovadoras para el mayor desafío del mundo: el cambio climático. Explora

  • Proteger tierras y aguas

    Ayudamos a proteger más de 119 millones de hectáreas de tierra, kilómetros de ríos y arroyos, así como los océanos más grandes del mundo. Y tenemos planeado proteger más ecosistemas para 2025. Explora

  • 79-year-old Dionisio Yam Moo checks on his corn in his "milpa" personal agricultural field, Mexico. He has adopted his own method of conservation agriculture planting beans high in nitrogen below his corn plants. The Nature Conservancy works with landowners, communities, and governments in Mexico to promote low-carbon rural development through the design and implementation of improved policy and practice in agriculture, ranching, and forestry. The Conservancy is leading the initiative, Mexico REDD+ Program in conjunction with the Rainforest Alliance, the Woods Hole Research Center, and Espacios Naturales y Desarrollo Sustentable.

    Proveer alimento y aguas sostenibles

    En los próximos 30 años aumentará la demanda de alimentos más de 50% en la medida en que la población continúe creciendo. Es un desafío que ya estamos afrontando con soluciones de vanguardia. Explora

  • Developed hillsides loom over the city of Monterrey.

    Construir ciudades saludables

    Para el 2050, al menos dos tercios de las personas vivirán en ciudades. La planificación, el crecimiento inteligente y la protección de la naturaleza son clave para generar beneficios colectivos. Explora

Aerial photo of the view looking south toward the Gulf of Mexico down the Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana.
Wax Lake Delta Aerial photo of the view looking south toward the Gulf of Mexico down the Wax Lake Delta, Louisiana. © Carlton Ward Jr.