At the southernmost tip of the Americas sits one of the world's richest, most ecologically diverse lands. Karukinka Natural Park is home to over 100 native species inhabiting its mountains, wetlands and old-growth forests. And it is being protected by a public-private partnership between Goldman Sachs and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) that is setting a new standard for conservation worldwide.
Goldman Sachs' involvement began when the firm acquired 680,000 acres of beautiful wilderness in Tierra del Fuego, Chile. Recognizing a unique opportunity to preserve an important part of the world's biodiversity, Goldman Sachs partnered with WCS to ensure that Karukinka remains protected in perpetuity.