One more reason to be concerned about extinction trends? Everything you eat was once a wild species.
Russ Mittermeier reflects on how
our growing collection of species data has transformed how we approach conservation.
How a team of researchers is working with communities to protect farmers’ crops — and the animals that are destroying them.
The price may sound impossibly high, but it’s absolutely doable — and necessary. Here’s why.
This week, our “Gender + Conservation” blog series visits rural Madagascar.
Clans defied tradition to create YUS Conservation Area in Papua New Guinea. Now it’s paying off.
One species fishing villages depend on the most is not a fish, but a tree.
CI intern Danita Strickland writes about her experience speaking about protecting oceans and biodiversity at a youth forum at the U.N.’s International Conference on Small Island Developing States.
To fight the illegal wildlife trade, ensuring the safety of those who want to help is crucial.
A new study reveals the impacts of species loss may reach further than we thought.