Something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving: coral reefs. They’re so much more than a rock.
Dr. Russ Mittermeier outlines three priorities for the 2014 World Parks Congress, which brings scientists, government representatives and conservationists together to discuss how best to protect the Earth’s most important lands and waters.
Russ Mittermeier reflects on how
our growing collection of species data has transformed how we approach conservation.
We have to tread cautiously in this forbidding but fragile region.
A new partnership will lead to better data and decisions — for people and for nature.
The more we know about the animals’ behavior, the better we can help communities value and protect them.
A grant from NASA will help Conservation International continue to develop Firecast, a groundbreaking tool that uses satellite imagery to detect fires and predict fire threats in critical forests.
We need to be able to explore, observe and learn about the oceans in their entirety in order to protect and conserve them effectively and to benefit humans.
Several attempts to rediscover the armadillo in nature had failed. I was the lucky one.
To retrieve ice cores, some climate scientists must go to the ends of the Earth.