Our Planet's Future Depends on Biodiversity

The Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) enables civil society to protect the world’s biodiversity hotspots—biologically rich ecosystems that are essential to humanity, yet highly threatened.
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Tarsier, Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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With financial and technical support from CEPF, civil society organizations around the globe are delivering innovative solutions that conserve biodiversity and help communities thrive. Find out what they're doing by clicking on biodiversity hotspots highlighted on the map.

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Helping Extractive Companies Help Biodiversity
CEPF grantees are working with industry to minimize negative impacts.
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Stéphanie Bouziges Eschmann from Fonds Français pour l’Environnement Mondial, Gilles Kleitz and Rémy Rioux from AFD; CI's Jennifer Morris, CEPF Donor Council Chair Julia Marton-Lefèvre; and CEPF's Olivier Langrand
© Conservation International/photo by Thomas Sberna
L’agence Française de Développement to Provide Additional 6 Million Euros to CEPF
The long-time CEPF donor has reinvested in two biodiversity hotspots.
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How to Achieve Conservation Results That Last
From developing partnerships to diversifying funding, here are six ways to create enduring change.