FROM THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
H2O: The Molecule That Made Us is partnering with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) to extend the reach of this project. TNC, one of the largest conservation organizations in the world, will broaden the impact of the series by bringing awareness to the science and solutions offered by the series and highlighting relevant TNC work and voices from conservation leaders and experts.
On TNC’s web site you will find stories that expand upon the narratives in the series through additional features and educational content. For each episode, TNC describes how we can approach tackling the water challenges shown in the series and inspires our audience to find out how they can help. TNC is committed to engaging an ever-growing audience on the question that faces us all: how we can protect the molecule that made us?
Learn More about The Nature Conservancy
Globally, only 5% of the natural lands at high risk of development are protected. Demands on land and water continue to increase, so we must do more, faster.
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