A groundbreaking social scientist, Mike Mascia represents an evolution for a discipline that has long focused on the natural sciences.
In recent years, the battle against wildlife poaching in Africa has taken a high-tech turn. But for rangers on the ground, the basics can make all the difference.
The recent “sapphire rush” in Madagascar poses an urgent and destructive threat to the nation’s forests and people.
Conflict, poverty and disease prevented the collection of data on the state of Liberia’s ecosystems for decades — until now.
New CI research gives farmers and other decision-makers the full picture of climate change impacts in Central America.
Dr. Mark Erdmann has described 100 fish species that are new to science. Here are his favorites.
Two new studies reveal that when it comes to managing fish populations, traditional knowledge can be as important as science.
How two weeks in a Nicaraguan forest caused one would-be primatologist to rethink her career path.
One crew member counts down his most memorable moments from CI’s VR film shoot in Amazonia.
As Conservation International looks ahead to the future, these photos document some of the places we’ve been.