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The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy’s (TNC) Australia Program was formed in 2002 and collaborates with a wide array of partners to support conservation efforts across the country. The main office is in Melbourne, but the team is also located around the country in places like Brisbane, Cairns, Adelaide and Perth.

The Nature Conservancy’s focus is to address the most pressing conservation threats at the largest scale through a scientific and collaborative approach. TNC works with many different partners, such as local communities, governments, indigenous groups, businesses and other conservation organisations to achieve maximum results for the environment.


Twitter: @nature_org 


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