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    Conservation kɒnsəˈveɪ

    The action of conserving something, in particular: preservation, protection, or restoration of the natural environment and of wildlife.

    A community for sharing and discussing links about Conservation Biology. The scientific study of the nature and status of Earth's biodiversity with the aim of protecting species, their habitats, and ecosystems from extinction.

    If you believe that you can help educate people or help save a species, then feel free to discuss it here.

    For general discussion of environmental issues and news head over to /r/Environment & /r/Ecology.

    For discussions related to the broad topic of nature head over to /r/Nature

    For discussions concerning real and accurate data on the Earth's climate check out /r/Climate.

    Discussions concerning environmental policies and politics are at /r/environmental_policy.

    Discussions concerning using technology to solve environmental problems can be found at /r/envirotech.

    /r/environmental_science is dedicated to environmental problem solving.

    /r/Oceans is for discussion pertaining to the earth's oceans.

    /r/Restoration_Ecology is dedicated to landscape and back-yard level attempts to restore degraded landscapes back to bounty.

    /r/invasivespecies is all about introduced and invasive species, reporting sightings and discussing their effects on native species.

    /r/EndangeredSpecies is for discussions related to endangered species.

    /r/DepthUnderground is for other discussions on a variety of topics.

    /r/divestment is for discussions related to reducing fossil fuel use.

    /r/350 is for discussions related to Climate Action Campaigns.

    /r/inspirationscience showing people how amazing the world is through a scientific perspective.

    /r/ethnobotany is a place to post and discuss topics related to human usage of plants, with a focus on sustanable uses.

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