To protect our ocean, we need to be innovative yet remain rooted in our culture and beliefs.
In recent decades, indigenous peoples have made significant progress in ensuring that their rights are recognized and respected.
By mapping their surrounding natural wealth, indigenous communities can make the case for a larger role in its management.
CI’s Indigenous Advisory Group members advocate for indigenous voices to be incorporated into international decision-making processes.
CI’s Luana Luna reflects on a recent visit to an indigenous village in Xingu National Park.
A Colombian street artist shares his story.
In his new book, the author and CI board member compares aspects of traditional cultures with the modern world.
On World Tourism Day, we bring you an inspiring story of opportunity for indigenous Bolivians.
For 25 years, we’ve recognized nature’s role in supporting the rights, values and livelihoods of indigenous peoples.
This summer, CI’s Hawai‘i Fish Trust conducted a series of camps designed to revive local interest in ocean management.