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.
The more we know about the animals’ behavior, the better we can help communities value and protect them.
Sharks don’t recognize country borders. To protect them, we have to do more.
The rangers of Cocos Island have their work cut out for them. This system will make all their jobs easier.
In the Namaqualand region of South Africa, goat and sheep farmers are adopting more sustainable grazing practices, efforts that could help shift the global attitude toward sustainability.
We need to be able to explore, observe and learn about the oceans in their entirety in order to protect and conserve them effectively and to benefit humans.
CI staff shares some of their favorite books about the natural world and humanity’s role in it.