A new assessment reveals that the country’s gibbon populations may soon be lost forever.
The world’s most species-rich places are also home to 70% of languages.
As temperatures rise, many threatened species are moving out of protected areas in search of cooler climes.
Nature may not send us a bill, but its essential services have real and lasting value.
By working together, organizations like CI can make an even bigger impact on protecting valuable marine areas.
As an underwater photojournalist, I know that photography can be a powerful instrument for change.
Photographer Brian Skerry’s new book brings the wonder — and plight — of the world’s oceans to life.
A paper recently published in the journal Zootaxa described three new species of coral reef fish found in the waters
CI’s Sea Turtle September continues this week with the publication of a new paper in the scientific journal PLoS ONE
Old growth rain forests are comprised of massive trees — centuries-old behemoths that tower above the biological exuberance thriving beneath.