Twenty years ago this month, the conservation community and the world suffered a tragic loss.
In 30 years of underwater exploration, I have only rarely encountered these mysterious creatures.
A top scientist discusses some of his most important research.
This animal was the first of its species seen alive in Minas Gerais in 170 years.
Designed to maximize nature’s benefits, this town is a milestone for sustainable development.
New bird species are not easy to discover — but in places like Amazonia, surprises can happen.
Our oceans are the world’s single largest economic asset.
“Tagging whales is the most exciting, terrifying thing that I have ever done.”
Leading up to World Oceans Day, learn how we’re using science to assess the health of our seas.
This is an integrated freshwater ecosystem with a highly uncertain future — yet I am hopeful.