The event aims to raise awareness about these unique animals, which are a major economic asset for their home country.
Historically, communities have rarely benefited from the use of their natural resources by the outside world — until now.
What if the ocean stopped providing the generous benefits it’s given us for all of human history?
How a team of researchers is working with communities to protect farmers’ crops — and the animals that are destroying them.
Protecting nature in a bubble is not the answer. People must benefit more from keeping nature intact than from destroying it.
This week, our “Gender + Conservation” blog series visits rural Madagascar.
Nature isn’t fragile. People are.
Clans defied tradition to create YUS Conservation Area in Papua New Guinea. Now it’s paying off.
One species fishing villages depend on the most is not a fish, but a tree.
In the Rupununi region, development could destroy traditional livelihoods — or help save them.