This is the latest post in Human Nature’s “Conservation Tools” blog series, which spotlights how cutting-edge technology is helping scientists
Without understanding who uses what resources, a conservation project can easily fail to benefit local people.
For years, climate scientists ignored small patches of vegetation — yet they held a big secret.
The Mount Panié kauri is disappearing, posing a major threat to the ecosystems and culture tied to it.
Forests store fresh water cities depend on — and keep it from descending on them all at once.
Australia’s prime minister thinks too much of the country’s forest is “locked up” in protected areas. Here’s why he’s wrong.
Mexico’s “Water Forest” provides water for 23 million people in one of the world’s largest metropolitan areas.
The country’s new president could be a saving grace for its ailing ecosystems.
On a recent visit to eastern Colombia, I was glad to see that conservation agreements are having an impact.
My team felt honored to capture these three visionaries on film.