For 25 years, health and social development have been integral to CI’s work across the globe.
Many residents of the Philippines’ Turtle Islands moved there to escape political conflict. Now they’re learning to live with their new neighbors.
Our Rapid Assessment Program does more than discover species; it also provides valuable scientific data for local communities.
A staff writer sees firsthand how CI’s work in Brazil protects the traditional livelihoods of coastal dwellers.
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.
More than 1,400 species of fish and 550 species of hard corals. In Raja Ampat, you can spend hours underwater without a single second of boredom.
How does climate change affect birds and other species — including us? CI’s Bruce Beehler recently went into the forests of Papua New Guinea to find out.
Before joining Conservation International, I spent 10 years at a nonprofit working to alleviate poverty and hunger around the world.
Today Conservation International (CI) and the Brazilian National Economic Development Bank (BNDES) announced the establishment of an $8 million fund
Dr. Lisa Dabek once went seven years without seeing a single wild tree kangaroo. This might seem unremarkable (after all,