The morning drink of choice for millions of people around the world starts with a tree in a tropical country.
Unfortunately, the harvest of this magical bean is not always sustainable.
Continue reading "Wake up: You need sustainable coffee"
The Sustainable Development Goals will pave the way for how the world can raise global living standards — without further degrading nature.
Continue reading "To tackle poverty and development, nature takes center stage"
The EU is missing a critical element in its climate plan: tackling emissions it generates outside its borders.
Continue reading "Climate action requires halting Europe’s unseen import: deforestation"
In the Peruvian rainforest, CI and partners are changing the way shrimp is raised — and helping farmers produce more food without clearing more trees.
Continue reading "From rice to shrimp: How one unlikely crustacean is helping to save the Amazon"
From disaster technology to newborn panda cubs, these news stories give us insight on links between people and planet.
Continue reading "Making the Links: August 2015"
Thanks to climate change impacts, species and ecosystems may have less time to recover from El Niño. Will this threaten their survival?
Continue reading "Bracing for the biggest El Niño on record: How climate change is upping the ante"
Brazil is at a crossroads, and the path its leaders choose will be felt beyond the country’s borders.
Continue reading "3 ways Brazil’s environmental decisions affect the world"
From Cecil the lion to mosquito-borne disease, these news stories give us insight on links between people and planet.
Continue reading "Making the Links: July 2015"
How one village aims to boost crop yields and improve ecosystem health in China’s breadbasket.
Continue reading "To help feed China, just add trees"
As the weather heats up, humans can learn a thing or two from nature about how to stay cool.
Continue reading "Beating the heat: 5 species that are cooler than you are"