In the Rupununi region, development could destroy traditional livelihoods — or help save them.
None of Hawai’i’s 400 traditional fishponds have been fully rebuilt — but we’re making the process easier.
A new study reveals the impacts of species loss may reach further than we thought.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series shares some interesting findings in Timor-Leste.
In the Cook Islands, a former rugby star is working with rural villagers to shape the world’s second-largest MPA.
In the Namaqualand region of South Africa, goat and sheep farmers are adopting more sustainable grazing practices, efforts that could help shift the global attitude toward sustainability.
A grant from NASA will help Conservation International continue to develop Firecast, a groundbreaking tool that uses satellite imagery to detect fires and predict fire threats in critical forests.
Without understanding who uses what resources, a conservation project can easily fail to benefit local people.
Men and women use nature differently. How does this impact conservation efforts?
Sarith is one of dozens of villagers who have gone from being hunters to guardians of this unusual species.