In the forests of central Africa, CI is working to preserve bonobo habitat while improving local livelihoods.
Overfishing isn’t just an environmental problem — it’s also a social one, as fish is the main protein source for local families.
Harvesting natural ingredients for the perfume industry is providing sustainable livelihoods for residents of Aripao.
On World Tourism Day, we bring you an inspiring story of opportunity for indigenous Bolivians.
CI’s Robin Moore has co-founded a new project that uses photography to connect youth with nature.
For 25 years, we’ve recognized nature’s role in supporting the rights, values and livelihoods of indigenous peoples.
In the center’s first year, tourist numbers have soared above our expectations, transforming local livelihoods.
Conservation trust funds play a critical role in ecosystem protection: long-term financing.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
People can only protect nature if they have the knowledge, means and economic motivation to do so.