Parques Nacionales Naturales de Colombia (National Parks of Colombia) 

Colombia is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world, harboring more than 15 percent of all the planet’s species. The national park system is made up of 59 protected areas (14.2 million hectares), home to a variety of ecosystems. From wet and dry tropical forests to arid areas and beaches, as well as mangroves and marine areas, the country exemplifies biodiversity. Amazon protected areas represent 70 percent of the entire park system. Many of the protected areas include museums, archaeological remains and cave paintings related to pre-Columbian cultures. The parks unit aims to conserve the fascinating fauna, flora, and culture and archaeology, and to maintain the biological diversity of the country’s national parks. 

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Grantee Organizations

 
 
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title programs year grants amount
Coral Reef Alliance Environmental Conservation 2012 3 $3,970,634
Cornell University Science, Environmental Conservation 2003 4 $6,994,347
Council for the Advancement of Science Writing 2015 1 $90,000
Crop Trust (Friends of Global Crop Diversity Ltd.) Environmental Conservation 2006 1 $200,000
Cultural Survival (formerly Global Response) Environmental Conservation 2001 1 $120,000
CuriOdyssey San Francisco Bay Area 2015 1 $250,000
Dalhousie University, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Science 2016 1 $274,808
Daughters of Charity Health Systems Patient Care 2007 2 $4,004,000
David Suzuki Foundation Environmental Conservation 2003 8 $3,305,990
Delta County School District No. 50J Patient Care 2015 1 $10,000
Derecho Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (Environment and Natural Resources Law) Environmental Conservation 2013 2 $2,347,500
Dignity Health Patient Care 2005 12 $7,781,343
Dominican University of California Patient Care 2004 1 $953,021
Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation Patient Care 2017 1 $400,000
Driftwood Foundation Environmental Conservation 2008 1 $626,254
Duke University Science, Environmental Conservation 2002 8 $8,749,160
Duraspace Science 2007 2 $5,794,000
E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation Environmental Conservation 2011 1 $593,728
Earth Economics Environmental Conservation 2011 3 $1,084,553
Earth Innovation Institute Environmental Conservation 2013 2 $378,431
Earthworks Environmental Conservation 2006 4 $1,851,330
East Bay Regional Park District San Francisco Bay Area 2011 2 $2,150,000
East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy San Francisco Bay Area 2009 4 $5,430,000
EcoAdapt Environmental Conservation 2008 2 $781,231
 
 

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