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Los Ojos de la Tierra Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Quintana Roo, México. Junio del 2019 © Gilberto Alonso Rodríguez Díaz/TNC Photo Contest 2019
Maya Forest The most important freshwater reserve in Mesoamerica

Mexico is a vibrant cradle for an extraordinary variety of life, and a vital cornerstone for the well-being of our planet. From The Gulf of California, the only sea that belongs to a single nation, to the expansive Maya Forest, the second largest lung of the Americas, our ecosystems provide immeasurable benefits that ripple across the globe.

As stewards of the world’s fifth most biodiverse country, we hold a global responsibility to protect these habitats that harbor 12% of Earth’s species, including the second-largest coral barrier. The forests that drape 30% of Mexico’s landscape are a testament to the country’s role as a global custodian of biodiversity.

For over three and a half decades, TNC Mexico has been at the forefront of efforts to conserve these precious ecosystems, ensuring they continue to enrich our world for generations to come. 

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