Kiribati’s newest announcement aims to regenerate a vital ocean area the size of California.
I am on the plane returning from the Cook Islands. All I can say is “Wow.”
The idea of protecting large swaths of ocean is catching on.
Amelia’s final resting place may be the waters of Kiribati — a place I’ve been working to protect for nearly a decade.
Yesterday in Rio, more than 80 participants voiced support for this important initiative.
Visiting some of Asia’s economic powerhouses, I’ve been impressed by a growing focus on marine issues.
How can we conserve remote island chains like Kiribati on a shoestring budget? I’m here to find out.
Two island nation leaders have been raising the bar for government action on climate change.
By eradicating rats from island habitats, we are giving native bird populations a new chance of survival.
Without conservation action, many commercially important fish could go extinct — putting food sources and jobs at risk.