CI scientists use sophisticated tools to determine the economic value of nature. But one low-tech method continues to be the most effective.
CI’s Jürgen Hoth talks air pollution, the illegal drug trade and why planting trees isn’t always the answer.
A new tool could help enable simpler — and smarter — decisions concerning critical freshwater sources.
In the face of widespread poverty and unsustainable development, how can communities in the Chyulu Hills protect their life-giving springs?
Where does your water come from? The answer may surprise you.
This concept could literally revolutionize the way nature is protected.
An Indonesian river is transformed as it winds downstream.
On the edge of an Indonesian national park, a photographer documents farmland being reclaimed by the trees.
This news could signal a shift for historically marginalized communities.
The presence of olms in Balkan caves is a good omen for the health of the groundwater they inhabit.