In the next 15-20 years, the world will need 30% more water, 45% more energy and 50% more food.
This was the first time I had seen so visibly the tangible impacts of CI’s work.
My questions for the community seemed absurd — until I tried a different tactic.
In order to save their own skin, the people of Madagascar must save the living “skin” of their country.
These women play a critical role in their communities, yet they rarely get the credit they deserve.
As Vital Signs expands, we are gathering exciting data about the connections between agriculture, ecosystems and people.
The government census says that there are 160 fishermen in Oecussi … but the number is probably much higher.
“We are now spending more and more time fishing, and catching less and less.”
An acre lost to desertification is one virtually lost forever. That’s why we have to act quickly.
CI’s Sebastian Troëng on challenges and opportunities in the Baltic.