By adopting more sustainable practices, smallholder farmers can mitigate climate change and adapt to its impacts.
A staff writer sees firsthand how CI’s work in Brazil protects the traditional livelihoods of coastal dwellers.
This week’s population milestone is a wake-up call; it’s in our self-interest to safeguard the ecosystems that sustain us.
In the world’s most biologically-rich savannah grassland, we recently held a workshop to help local teachers pass on knowledge about this threatened ecosystem with their students.
Lawlessness, famine, piracy … all pose serious challenges in present-day Somalia. To find a solution, we must all work together.
Before joining Conservation International, I spent 10 years at a nonprofit working to alleviate poverty and hunger around the world.
This Sunday is World Food Day, a time to pause and think about where our food comes from and what
Brazil’s Forest Code has been a controversial discussion topic lately; revision of this law could clear the way for massive
Today the conservation movement lost a great hero and visionary with the passing of Africa’s first woman Nobel Peace Prize
On October 31, 2011 the global population will reach 7 billion — a milestone illustrating the challenges we all face,