Using innovative ecosystem mapping tools, CI and partners are helping one town adapt to a changing climate.
At World Water Week, everyone is talking about the close ties between fresh water and food.
As climate change fuels droughts across the globe, we need a plan for managing water resources across borders.
Brazil’s rivers link distant geographies, meaning activities in one region can have big impacts downstream.
CI and partners are conducting important research on the value of ecosystems for economic activities.
Seven out of 10 of Brazil’s biggest cities depend on this forest for water and electricity.
A new book looks at sustainable development opportunities in one resource-rich but poverty-stricken country.
Filming Bogotá from the air, I wonder how many people below know where their water comes from.
Fresh water is surpassing oil as the world’s scarcest critical resource — and increasingly becoming a source of conflict.
To learn about food security, a new CI employee volunteered at an urban farm.