Marine National Parks

| Argentina |

Península Mitre Area: 741,316 acres (300,000 hectares) of land and 494,211 acres (200,000 hectares) of sea
Península Mitre Estimated Carbon Storage: 318.6 million metric tons
Yaganes and Namuncurá-Banco Burdwood ll Marine National Parks Area: 22,239,484 acres (90,000 hectares) of sea

Rewilding Argentina’s Marine Conservation Program began in 2017. With the No Blue, No Green (Sin Azul No Hay Verde) movement, together with Tompkins Conservation, they fostered the creation of the first national marine parks in Argentina, prevented the salmon industry from operating in Tierra del Fuego, and helped create Península Mitre Natural Protected Area, a carbon capture site in Argentina critical to global climate stability. Since 2022, RA’s marine conservation efforts have focused on Patagonia Azul, a coastal project working to strengthen marine ecosystem protection through ecological restoration and developing a local restorative economy through programs carried out with municipalities and communities, TC and other partners.