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Of all issues facing humanity today, few compare to the escalating loss of biodiversity - the full spectrum of life on Earth.

CI is breaking new ground every day in the fight to preserve Earth's biodiversity.

To preserve the future of the world's most biodiversity-rich places, CI is moving more quickly, and more boldly, than ever before. We focus our energy where it is needed the most: biodiversity hotspots, high biodiversity wilderness areas, and key marine regions.

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CI takes great care in the use of our funds. More than 85 percent of expenses go directly to conservation programs and only 4 percent to fundraising, earning CI an "A" efficiency rating from the American Institute of Philanthropy for the 9th consecutive year.

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Cambodia's Cardamom mountains are habitat to some of the most rare and endangered species of southeast asia.

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CI's work in Melanesia extends to the Solomon Islands. Here, in Kira Kira, a young school girl participates in her school's cultural exposition.

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