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Forests absorb and store immense amounts of carbon dioxide—close to a third of what human activities emit each year. But forests are more than carbon; they are also home to a diverse array of plants and animals that may, themselves, be climate solutions.

For twenty years, our work at Tanguro Field Station has generated important, actionable insights into the relationships between agriculture, forests, biodiversity, and climate—including the key role that tapirs and other large mammals can play in restoring degraded or destroyed forests.

Your gift will help us continue this important research. Thank you!

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