Thousands are dead and millions of lives were changed forever when the devastating storm struck the Philippines. As the world negotiates a climate treaty, the director of CI’s Philippines program asks if we’re acting fast enough.
Three million people depend on fish from Cambodia’s highly threatened Tonle Sap Lake.
This was the first time I had seen so visibly the tangible impacts of CI’s work.
My questions for the community seemed absurd — until I tried a different tactic.
In order to save their own skin, the people of Madagascar must save the living “skin” of their country.
By clearing debris and planting trees, we can help Samoan villagers be better prepared for the next storm.
We’re seeing a perfect storm of extinction, poverty and radicalism. To change this equation, we must stop elephant poaching.
Halting the ivory trade could do more than protect elephants; it could help enhance national and global security.
Despite their reverence for nature, local communities were unaware of how certain actions could damage ecosystems.
This is a critical time for the future of our forests — and the people who call them home.