The traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples could help address environmental problems that plague the entire planet.
This news could signal a shift for historically marginalized communities.
Brazil is at a crossroads, and the path its leaders choose will be felt beyond the country’s borders.
This year’s samba school parade in Rio de Janeiro was about more than feathers and beads.
On a recent visit to eastern Colombia, I was glad to see that conservation agreements are having an impact.
New bird species are not easy to discover — but in places like Amazonia, surprises can happen.
CI’s Luana Luna reflects on a recent visit to an indigenous village in Xingu National Park.
Overfishing isn’t just an environmental problem — it’s also a social one, as fish is the main protein source for local families.
The enormous, complex challenges facing us today make one thing certain: no one can solve them alone.
Brazil’s rivers link distant geographies, meaning activities in one region can have big impacts downstream.