As global water scarcity accelerates, the Guiana Shield’s ample water supply could become even more precious.
This year, I have seen Indonesia take incredible steps to protect these fascinating — and valuable — creatures.
Twenty years ago this month, the conservation community and the world suffered a tragic loss.
In recent decades, indigenous peoples have made significant progress in ensuring that their rights are recognized and respected.
In 30 years of underwater exploration, I have only rarely encountered these mysterious creatures.
Designed to maximize nature’s benefits, this town is a milestone for sustainable development.
To keep up with rising demand for food, water and energy, protecting ecosystems will be critical.
Although unknown to many, this animal is among the most highly trafficked in Asia and parts of Africa.
CI’s experts comment on the U.S. president’s much-talked-about climate plan.
By mapping their surrounding natural wealth, indigenous communities can make the case for a larger role in its management.