The recent “sapphire rush” in Madagascar poses an urgent and destructive threat to the nation’s forests and people.
For David Emmett, teaching biology in Malawi delivered a reality check on the intersection between conservation, poverty, food insecurity and education that shaped his career.
How working with octopus fishers in Madagascar led Kame Westerman to make a surprising discovery about women and conservation.
There are now more ring-tailed lemurs in zoos around the world than remain in the wild in Madagascar.
News you might have missed from the world of conservation.
A new study explores the impacts of cyclones on Madagascar’s vulnerable smallholder farmers, who are often forced to turn to nature for survival.
A peek into some of the mothering habits in Mother Nature.
From South America’s rainforests to the Mekong River, here are five stories of hope for the planet.
New technology is helping Malagasy communities go from fighting fires to preventing them.
To celebrate the U.N.’s International Day of Friendship, a look at how some species work together to keep ecosystems running smoothly.