Conservation agreements are helping people brace themselves against threats to their forest homes.
Our research will measure the connections between ecosystem health and food security for rural villages.
With CI’s help, these three people have committed to protect the lands and waters that have sustained their communities for generations.
Go see “Monkey Kingdom” before April 23rd to support this crucial project helping gibbons, forests and people in Cambodia.
The little-known country’s new reserve is part of a global order in which indigenous peoples are increasingly claiming rights to manage their traditional lands.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series.
CI’s visual storytelling team is deep in the rainforest, documenting how conservation can improve lives in indigenous communities.
After watching our film, the community members spoke as one, calling for even greater protection of Raja Ampat’s waters.
Too often, protected areas seem to pit conservation goals against the needs of local people, leading inevitably to conflict.
In Cambodia, CI has resorted to creative methods of encouraging local people to save this rare species.