In Indonesia, doing business with the ocean is a two-way street. Now, a new landmark investment looks to uphold our end of the bargain — forever.
Dr. Mark Erdmann has described 100 fish species that are new to science. Here are his favorites.
Photographer Jessica Scranton documents the changes in the landscape — and people’s lives — in Gunung Gede-Pangrango National Park.
What Indonesia’s Raja Ampat archipelago can teach the world about coral bleaching.
Human Nature’s most-read stories of 2016, from underwater mountains to cave giants.
Although the habitats of many walking sharks are at least partially protected, new research reveals their survival may be in doubt.
Indonesia is the world’s top palm oil producer — yet too often, yields come at the expense of nature’s health.
In an Indonesian province plagued by deforestation, a group of women farmers has found a more sustainable way to feed their families.
Fixing the palm oil industry requires more than a palm oil boycott. Here’s what you need to know.
Two new funds announced at the third annual Our Ocean conference in Washington, D.C., aim to advance ocean conservation — by helping to pay for it.