Our new blog series explores the links between people and nature that news stories are leaving out.
We may not be able to prevent the coming megadrought, but we can minimize its impact.
In Cambodia, CI has resorted to creative methods of encouraging local people to save this rare species.
We need to map exactly where nature’s services originate and the paths they follow to get to people.
Singapore is a giant in the corporate and financial sectors. Perhaps surprisingly, it’s also a haven for nature.
Cities aren’t the only places in China battling water pollution, yet similar problems in rural villages are often overlooked.
We can learn a lot from redwood trees. Once timber sources, they are now national treasures.
The challenge is massive, but I firmly believe the global community can rise up to meet it.
We’ve seen what can happen when people manage soil poorly. But have we learned our lesson?
Protecting nature in a bubble is not the answer. People must benefit more from keeping nature intact than from destroying it.