A special CI series: A fascinating speck of an island off Timor-Leste has never been formally studied — until now.
The little-known country’s new reserve is part of a global order in which indigenous peoples are increasingly claiming rights to manage their traditional lands.
So far, this project has kept nearly 40,000 pounds — the equivalent of 2.5 dump trucks — of sediment from damaging the reef below.
Connecting the dots between nature and people in recent news stories.
The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series.
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.