In this blog series, one photographer explores some of the ocean’s most important — and vulnerable — ecosystems.
As a result of their newfound bird knowledge, farmers are leaving more trees standing on their coffee farms.
Recent commitments to phase out shark fin products are turning the tide for conservation of these magnificent ocean predators.
Many residents of the Philippines’ Turtle Islands moved there to escape political conflict. Now they’re learning to live with their new neighbors.
Our Rapid Assessment Program does more than discover species; it also provides valuable scientific data for local communities.
CI’s Trond Larsen reflects on one day of discovery in the remote forests of South America.
CI President Russ Mittermeier may have seen more primate species than anyone else on Earth. Now, he’s inviting you to join him.
Nature may not send us a bill, but its essential services have real and lasting value.
Visiting zoos across the U.S., the conservation photographer is on a mission to document what we are losing through species extinctions.
One-quarter of Madagascar’s amphibians are threatened with extinction. This breeding facility will help these species fight back.