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CI’s Greg Stone sets out on his latest journey to explore the ocean’s underwater volcanoes.
Continue reading "Seamount Expedition Kicks Off in Costa Rica"
To engage students in science, teachers must be excited and informed about their subjects. That’s why we’re sending 16 teachers to Costa Rica.
Continue reading "ECO Classroom: Helping Science Teachers Inspire the Next Generation"
My first memory of Cocos as a young marine biology student is still clear: realizing the boat had stopped and
Continue reading "A Treasured Island: One Costa Rican’s View of Cocos Island MPA"
The scenario is all too common on fishing boats across the ocean — a shark is caught, its fins are
Continue reading "Shark Population Declines Need to be Curbed Now"
This past week, the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) negotiations here in Nagoya have been very active as we prepare
Continue reading "At Convention on Biological Diversity, CI Has a Seat at the Table"
This week I am in Costa Rica with various CI colleagues. We are taking part in a workshop and are
Continue reading "Rainforests: Seeing is Believing"
Twenty-three years ago today, CI was founded by a group of dedicated conservationists who believed that true sustainability of the
Continue reading "A Groundbreaking Birthday"
Last week in New York City, Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, CI’s Vice President for Conservation Policy, received an award for his
Continue reading "CI Vice President Receives Conservation Award"
In a recent news report, the Nicaraguan government announced that it will soon begin a $1 million project to reroute
Continue reading "Ecosystems Know No Bounds"
I was 14 and in awe of the seafaring skills of my uncles Sal and Tony, but actually we’d ventured
Continue reading "The Leatherback: Earth’s Last Dinosaur"