A CI expedition finds a trove of unexpected discoveries — and more reasons to protect nature at a potential tourist destination.
The more we learn about mantas, the better we can protect them — and the people they benefit.
Go see “Monkey Kingdom” before April 23rd to support this crucial project helping gibbons, forests and people in Cambodia.
In Cambodia, CI has resorted to creative methods of encouraging local people to save this rare species.
A women’s group shows how entrepreneurship can impact the role women play in their communities.
The event aims to raise awareness about these unique animals, which are a major economic asset for their home country.
The more we know about the animals’ behavior, the better we can help communities value and protect them.
Sarith is one of dozens of villagers who have gone from being hunters to guardians of this unusual species.
When fish catch declined in their coastal town, these women were determined to find economic alternatives.
Encouraged by their value for tourism, Indonesia has granted full protection for both species of manta ray.