Conservation International’s CEO discusses why indigenous peoples are among our most powerful and necessary allies for protecting nature.
Community nurseries are helping mountain villagers protect their livelihoods in the face of a changing world.
In southern Guyana, the Rupununi Innovation Fund helps farmers boost their lands’ productivity and build resilience to climate impacts.
A new trust fund aims to finance the management of the Mount Mantalingahan Protected Landscape.
The concept of land tenure has major implications for conservation.
Indigenous peoples’ interest in conservation is profound — but often overlooked.
The revival of traditional fishponds can be good for communities and coral reefs alike.
After years of dispute, competing land users found common ground through a map they drew together.
From northern Tanzania to the Peruvian Amazon, ancient knowledge could have important implications for how people everywhere relate to nature.
The islands’ language is a powerful link to the lands and waters that sustain their people.