Conflict, poverty and disease prevented the collection of data on the state of Liberia’s ecosystems for decades — until now.
How two weeks in a Nicaraguan forest caused one would-be primatologist to rethink her career path.
To build a sustainable economy based on protecting Suriname’s valuable forests and rivers, time is running out.
Thirty million people call the Amazonia region home — and they all depend on its forests every day.
CI scientists use sophisticated tools to determine the economic value of nature. But one low-tech method continues to be the most effective.
CI’s Jürgen Hoth talks air pollution, the illegal drug trade and why planting trees isn’t always the answer.
Here’s why Costa Rica’s success fighting deforestation and poverty can be a useful model for Cambodia.
While global ocean health may be suffering, these examples show that improvements are possible, country by country.
This range of financial tools might be the final frontier for protecting nature.
Conservation International’s CEO discusses why indigenous peoples are among our most powerful and necessary allies for protecting nature.