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.
In the center’s first year, tourist numbers have soared above our expectations, transforming local livelihoods.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
A local conservationist reflects on what has inspired her career — and the challenges she faces in her work.
Winners of this prestigious award have a common goal: empowering local indigenous people to affect change.
Communities in western India don’t need to learn about sustainability — they are already living it.
The world’s most species-rich places are also home to 70% of languages.
Knowledge passed down through many generations offers valuable insights for climate change adaptation.
Our Rapid Assessment Program does more than discover species; it also provides valuable scientific data for local communities.