A new study provides a much-needed mechanism to understand and manage Brazil’s waters.
This year’s samba school parade in Rio de Janeiro was about more than feathers and beads.
Cities cover only 2% of the Earth’s surface but use up to 75% of its resources.
Protecting ecosystems like Brazil’s Atlantic Forest will help us adapt to a changing climate.
This animal was the first of its species seen alive in Minas Gerais in 170 years.
New bird species are not easy to discover — but in places like Amazonia, surprises can happen.
The leader of the Amazonian state discusses the triumphs and challenges of protecting its valuable forests.
To celebrate the International Day of Biological Diversity, here’s an inspiring story from an unexpected place.
My home country must prove that economic growth and conservation can go hand in hand.
CI’s Luana Luna reflects on a recent visit to an indigenous village in Xingu National Park.