Radar-based technology could expand what we know about how people are using land from Sumatra to Peru.
Conservation International scientists are using maps to figure out which natural areas are most vital for Cambodia’s 15 million people.
The health of the world’s mountains is not set in stone.
Satellite and ship-tracking technology bring good news for a California-sized swath of ocean.
At an age when many people are slowing down, Gertruida Cloete continues to face daily hardships while protecting her fragile, wild home.
As their flooded forest disintegrated around them, the Peruvian village of Tingana decided to act.
A glimpse at some of the more colorful mating habits of the animal kingdom.
To advance science and encourage conservation, primate fans could learn a thing or two from bird-watchers.
Shifting weather patterns may make coffee harder to grow in North Sumatra — but it’s still better than the alternative.
Seemingly unrelated, these three recent events have taken place under the shadow of an increasingly erratic climate.