The speeches I’ve heard over the last few hours feel a world apart from previous U.N. meetings.
Winners of this prestigious award have a common goal: empowering local indigenous people to affect change.
Last week’s sustainable development summit in Botswana was remarkable for four reasons.
Four event speakers — including two African presidents — share their views on incorporating nature into the global economy.
A new assessment reveals that the country’s gibbon populations may soon be lost forever.
Poachers entered Raja Ampat in search of protected species like sharks. This is how we fought back.
The message is clear: The pressures on Earth are large and potentially disastrous.
National governments recently pledged to increase global coverage of protected areas. Now it’s time for action.
CI’s Yoji Natori reflects on how his country is recovering from last year’s disaster.
This ambitious initiative could change how Africa — and the world — approaches sustainable agriculture.