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Photo by Paso Pacifico (Jerry Bauer/USFS-IITF)

A South Coast nonprofit is combating climate change with a campaign to plant a million trees in Central America.

Paso Pacifico, a Ventura County-based nonprofit focused on wildlife conservation, is launching the Million Tree Campaign. For every $10 donated, its team of rangers and volunteers will plant, monitor and protect one tree in Nicaragua.

Sea turtles are threatened with extinction. One of the biggest threats to their survival is illegal poaching of their eggs in Latin America. But, an innovative technological solution created by a wildlife conservation group on the South Coast is fighting illegal poaching of sea turtle eggs.