Herpetologist Robin Moore applauds the rediscovery of one of our “10 most wanted amphibians.”
How did scientists assess the conservation status of Madagascar’s reptiles? CI’s Philip Bowles explains.
All of us vote — with our dollars. But without the right information, how can we decide who to vote for?
A new CI guidebook will help protect the Coral Triangle, one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world.
Last week, Governor Jerry Brown of California signed a historic bill banning the import of shark fins. All imports will
This year’s Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to three remarkable women who have dedicated their lives to promoting peace
CI’s Sea Turtle September continues this week with the publication of a new paper in the scientific journal PLoS ONE
Today the conservation movement lost a great hero and visionary with the passing of Africa’s first woman Nobel Peace Prize
As a cartographer at Conservation International (CI), I’m often asked, “Hasn’t everything already been mapped?” It’s easy to understand where
In 2005, CI-Philippines began working in the Verde Island Passage (VIP), a globally significant marine biodiversity corridor that’s home to