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The Gregory C. Carr Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in 1999 by American entrepreneur and philanthropist Gregory C. Carr. The foundation’s mission is to “conserve and restore the natural world through science, education, and community engagement.”

One of the foundation’s most notable projects is the Gorongosa Restoration Project, which is a long-term effort to restore Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. The park was severely damaged during the Mozambican Civil War, and the foundation has committed to investing $100 million over 35 years to restore the park’s biodiversity and support the surrounding communities.

The Gregory C. Carr Foundation is also a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a global environmental organization that works to conserve the world’s natural resources. The foundation is a member of IUCN’s US National Committee, and it works closely with IUCN to promote conservation and sustainable development around the world.

Here are some of the ways in which the Gregory C. Carr Foundation and IUCN collaborate:

  • The foundation and IUCN work together to develop and implement conservation projects around the world.
  • The foundation provides funding to IUCN’s programs and initiatives.
  • The foundation and IUCN share information and resources on conservation issues.
  • The foundation and IUCN collaborate on advocacy and public awareness campaigns.

The Gregory C. Carr Foundation and IUCN are committed to working together to conserve the world’s natural resources for future generations. By working together, they can achieve more than they could individually.