In many ways, the loss of natural spaces and species defines this century. Today, only a small fraction of the Earth’s terrain remains as wilderness or old-growth forests. 

Pew’s land conservation work spans the United States, Canada, Chile, and Australia and seeks to safeguard public land for future generations. Our work relies on the sciences of conservation, biology, and ecology to advocate for sound solutions to the loss of biodiversity.

My Country, Our Outback
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My Country, Our Outback

Voices from the land on hope and change in Australia’s heartland

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My Country, Our Outback

Only a small number of vast natural landscapes—wild regions where ecological processes and the movement of wildlife function normally—remain on Earth. The Australian Outback is one of them.