CI’s Les Kaufman shares his latest thoughts from Cambodia.
Tonle Sap has been called the beating heart of Cambodia. We want to see it keep beating.
In some of the most beautiful and vulnerable places around the world, every day is Earth Day.
Food security initiatives in Africa often don’t account for the value of ecosystems for agricultural productivity.
The first global map of future land suitability for vineyards could change everything we think we know about wine.
Our planet’s “natural capital” is not a luxury — take it away, and countries will escalate into conflict.
About 75% of Hawaii’s nearshore fish species are threatened — bad news for a culture heavily reliant on the sea.
Last week’s symposium at the Council on Foreign Relations explored the direct connection between nature and security.
This World Water Day, Tracy Farrell takes us inside CI’s work in the Greater Mekong region of Southeast Asia.
Cyclone Evan decimated many areas planted with non-native trees, leaving natural forests largely intact.