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Citizens for Water Conservation

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Citizens for Water Conservation

In 2010, Rare partnered with 11 organizations across Latin America to help communities protect critical watersheds. The success of those projects catalyzed another suite of projects one of which was in Colombia’s Los Angeles sub-watershed in Valle del Cauca.

Solution Search 2015: Reducing our Risk

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Around the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy and the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Solution Search launched a crowd-sourcing contest to identify and celebrate American innovations in disaster preparedness.

Help Rare through play with Club Penguin

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Rare is excited to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, Disney has selected Rare to benefit from its Club Penguin Coins for Change program. Club Penguin’s donation will support a select few charities through players unlocking projects by donating their virtual coins.

Celebrating a Rare Year

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What first made you believe in Rare? In my nearly 20 years at this organization, talking with you and countless others around the world, the answer is almost always the same: Rare realizes that conservation is about people.

Big Change Starts Small

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As I have learned from Rare many times, big change often starts small. Let me tell you a quick story about one of Rare’s Fellows, Maritza Tovar. She grew up drinking water from the Andes in Peru, and as a student she became a volunteer park guard thus beginning her career in conservation.

Solution Search Launches Contest

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On the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, Solution Search launched its third contest, “Reducing our Risk: Innovation for Disaster Preparation.” This project is an unprecedented effort to identify and celebrate the many ways Americans are working to redu

Fishery Friendship Forged

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During the June Committee on Fisheries (COFI) meeting of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UNFAO), governments met in Rome to adopt new guidelines for securing small-scale fisheries.

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