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National Park Foundation to Unveil New Instagram Stickers for National Park Week

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THE FOUNDATION AND ITS FIND YOUR PARK/ENCUENTRA TU PARQUE PREMIER PARTNERS SHARE GREAT IDEAS FOR CONNECTING WITH NATIONAL PARKS WHEREVER YOU ARE

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THE FOUNDATION AND ITS FIND YOUR PARK/ENCUENTRA TU PARQUE PREMIER PARTNERS SHARE GREAT IDEAS FOR CONNECTING WITH NATIONAL PARKS WHEREVER YOU ARE

It’s Gopher Tortoise Day. International Paper’s Forestland Stewards Partnership Helps Support Conservation Grants to Restore and Conserve Gopher Tortoise Habitat

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Did you know that today is “Gopher Tortoise Day?” The Forestland Stewards partnership between the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and International Paper, founded in 2013, helps support conservation grants to restore and conserve gopher tortoise habitat, helping these intrepid diggers survive and thrive in the wild. Gopher tortoises spend most of their lives in burrows that can be more than 40 feet long and 10 feet deep.

We Cannot Afford to Wait: Adapting to the Effects of Climate Change

by Lukas Loeffler
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Global challenges in the water sector

By 2030, we will face a global deficit of 40% of water in an identical climate scenario – or even worse – than the one we are facing now. This trend is due to a combination of 3 factors – population growth & demographic change, urbanization, and climate change. To put this into context, the world’s total population is estimated to grow to 9.7 billion by 2050. At the same time, water consumption is increasing by 2.5% per year faster than the world’s population growth.

Kim Bowman-Scott: Doing the Right Thing

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Passionate about preservation. Stuck on sustainability. A “walking encyclopedia” of green living options. That’s how coworkers describe Kim Bowman-Scott, who earned Cox Enterprises’ highest honor for employees for finding a way to save bee hives that threaten our employees and cable equipment in the field.

Forestland Stewards Initiative

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International Paper’s conservation partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), known as Forestland Stewards, was created to conserve and restore southern forestlands. These forests provide critical habitats for endangered wildlife and economic opportunities for local communities.

Restoring California Forests — Arhaus + American Forests

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Trees have been vital to all living things on the planet since the beginning of time. Their bodies provide breathable air and their foliage offers shelter and food for wildlife. Without trees, life on earth would not be possible, which is why it is so important to protect and plant them.

An Inside Look at IP's Plans for Forest Management, Conservation, and Restoration

By John Klyce
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For Sophie Beckham, IP's chief sustainability officer, it all begins in the forest.

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For Sophie Beckham, IP's chief sustainability officer, it all begins in the forest.

PT Freeport Indonesia Repatriated 15 Tropical Birds Back Into Rainforests of Papua

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PT Freeport Indonesia’s Environmental Department helped return to the wild 15 native birds from the North Sumatra Natural Conservation Center.

Exotic birds make up the majority of trafficked wildlife. The repatriated birds are three large yellow birds of paradise, two black headed Pesquet parrots, nine sulfur crested cockatoos, and one long-tailed parakeet. The birds were kept in quarantine at the PTFI Environmental Department prior to release into their original habitat.

Fauna endemic to Papua is continuously and consistently monitored and protected.

Freeport-McMoRan’s Pollinator Conservation Initiative Supports Bat Week

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Each year, Freeport-McMoRan’s North American operations partner with a number of national and local nonprofit organizations to support Bat Conservation International's annual Bat Week in October.

As pollinators of agaves and other desert plants, bats play a vital role in maintaining the desert's diverse ecosystem.

Olympic Games to Become “Climate Positive” From 2030

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Today announced that the Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games will be “climate positive” from 2030 onwards. In addition, the IOC will create an “Olympic Forest”, which will contribute to the UN-backed great green wall project in Africa and help the IOC move towards becoming a climate-positive organisation.

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The International Olympic Committee (IOC) Today announced that the Olympic Games and Olympic Winter Games will be “climate positive” from 2030 onwards. In addition, the IOC will create an “Olympic Forest”, which will contribute to the UN-backed great green wall project in Africa and help the IOC move towards becoming a climate-positive organisation.

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