On World Tourism Day, we bring you an inspiring story of opportunity for indigenous Bolivians.
For 25 years, we’ve recognized nature’s role in supporting the rights, values and livelihoods of indigenous peoples.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
A local conservationist reflects on what has inspired her career — and the challenges she faces in her work.
The world’s most species-rich places are also home to 70% of languages.
Knowledge passed down through many generations offers valuable insights for climate change adaptation.
Our Rapid Assessment Program does more than discover species; it also provides valuable scientific data for local communities.
These 2011 successes are scaling up conservation efforts to have the global impact we need.
Nature provides the raw material for many helpful products. How can we ensure that resource owners share in the benefits?
Today is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People — a day created by the United Nations to further