A recent case of escaped lions in South Africa’s Kruger National Park is a tragic example of the tension that can exist between people and wildlife around protected areas.
Scientists, businesses and governments are coming together for a common goal: to make all tuna fully traceable by 2020.
A new Conservation International special report, “A sea change for seafood?,” details a novel approach that could end human rights violations in the sector.
When you buy seafood, your purchase affects fishers, businesses — even the health of the ocean.
CI Brazil is pioneering a seafood traceability program that uses smartphone technology to give consumers the power to make sustainable choices with a few finger swipes.
Recently, the spiny lobster was nearly wiped out from the Galápagos — a disappearance that could have spelled disaster for the island’s fragile ecosystems.
Higher prices for cattle plus healthier rangelands means small-scale ranchers are better prepared for the next drought.
For Hank Cauley, senior vice president for CI’s Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, the path to conservation began with a groundbreaking cookstove.
A new study offers a clearer picture of whether the ocean’s fisheries can continue to feed humanity into the future.
How working with octopus fishers in Madagascar led Kame Westerman to make a surprising discovery about women and conservation.