CI’s president gives a video update from the forests of South America.
Overfishing isn’t just an environmental problem — it’s also a social one, as fish is the main protein source for local families.
Using innovative ecosystem mapping tools, CI and partners are helping one town adapt to a changing climate.
As a country already deeply affected by climate change, Qatar needs to find sustainable methods of replenishing its stores of water and food.
In the center’s first year, tourist numbers have soared above our expectations, transforming local livelihoods.
At World Water Week, everyone is talking about the close ties between fresh water and food.
As climate change fuels droughts across the globe, we need a plan for managing water resources across borders.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
With 85% of its forest intact, Guyana is leading the way for developing countries seeking green growth.
What will a “green economy” actually look like? The good news is we don’t have to guess.