At an age when many people are slowing down, Gertruida Cloete continues to face daily hardships while protecting her fragile, wild home.
As their flooded forest disintegrated around them, the Peruvian village of Tingana decided to act.
Seemingly unrelated, these three recent events have taken place under the shadow of an increasingly erratic climate.
Of all the threats facing Hawai’i’s coasts and coral reefs, one of the trickiest to stop is mud.
For Norbil Becerra, destroying forests was a necessary evil — until the day he saw a hummingbird.
In coastal Philippines, local people are discovering that by protecting nature, they can protect themselves.
By targeting men, sustainability projects ignore women’s frequent interaction with nature — and their potential role as advocates for its protection.
New technology is helping Malagasy communities go from fighting fires to preventing them.
Hawaiʻi Seafood Month highlights the significance — and struggles — of the islands’ rich fisheries.
Why is it important to think about gender when doing conservation work? In Peru, it means women can grow their knowledge of traditional plants and recover almost-lost ancestral traditions.