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Jakarta is facing the perfect storm of water issues. Here’s what CI is doing about it.
Continue reading "The Story of Indonesia’s Ciliwung River — Upstream and Down"
A new study reveals the impacts of species loss may reach further than we thought.
Continue reading "Are Wildlife Declines Fueling Slavery and Armed Conflict?"
A grant from NASA will help Conservation International continue to develop Firecast, a groundbreaking tool that uses satellite imagery to detect fires and predict fire threats in critical forests.
Continue reading "Conservation Tools: Satellites Sound Fire Alarm in Tropical Forests"
We came to hear stories of marine protection from those making it happen: the local people.
Continue reading "The Guardians of Raja Ampat: Community-Driven Conservation in Indonesia"
Forests store fresh water cities depend on — and keep it from descending on them all at once.
Continue reading "Urban Jungle: Jakarta’s Green Wall"
Since 1990, the EU has massively increased its imports of carbon-intensive products.
Continue reading "The EU’s Carbon Footprint Is Bigger Than You Think"
It’s where and how it’s grown that we need to change.
Continue reading "Why Palm Oil Isn’t the Enemy"
Encouraged by their value for tourism, Indonesia has granted full protection for both species of manta ray.
Continue reading "Indonesia Gives Mantas A New ‘Ray of Hope’"
Like many places in the tropics, Borneo is burning — and the consequences are widespread.
Continue reading "Save Nature, Save Lives"