Human Nature covers a wide range of geographies, from Colombia to China to Cameroon. Aside from contributions from our field staff working in more than 25 countries, we also publish posts from additional countries where CI invests via partners, and from international conferences and other events that our staff attend. In addition, our experts sometimes provide commentary about other regions relevant to our work. We hope you’ll use this map to explore the content of greatest interest to you.
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Poachers entered Raja Ampat in search of protected species like sharks. This is how we fought back.
Continue reading "Shark Poachers Chased Down by Indonesian Communities + Police"
Together with coastal communities, CI is working to extend conservation efforts from sea to land.
Continue reading "Ridge to Reef: Conservation in West Papua, Indonesia"
A new guidebook could help transform tourism into a feasible income source for coastal communities.
Continue reading "Dive Guidebook Aims to Expand Ecotourism on Indonesian Reefs"
In addition to shark research, this expedition’s scientists may have discovered two new fish species.
Continue reading "Tagging Whale Sharks in Indonesia: Conclusion"
CI’s sea turtle ambassador teaches the value of oceans to children in Indonesia.
Continue reading "Mr. Leatherback Visits the Bird’s Head Seascape"
The team tags three more sharks to expand knowledge about these mysterious animals.
Continue reading "Tagging Whale Sharks in Indonesia: Part 5"
A guest on a CI expedition gains new insight on conservation from the trip’s lead scientists.
Continue reading "Tagging Whale Sharks in Indonesia: Part 4"
By working together, organizations like CI can make an even bigger impact on protecting valuable marine areas.
Continue reading "Working Together for a Healthier Ocean"
Collecting data in crocodile-infested waters is all part of a day’s work for marine biologist Christine Huffard.
Continue reading "Creepy Critters: Diving with Crocodiles"
More than 1,400 species of fish and 550 species of hard corals. In Raja Ampat, you can spend hours underwater without a single second of boredom.
Continue reading "In Indonesia, Ecotourism Protects Fish, Provides Jobs"