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A CI scientist reflects on the trip to Madagascar where he witnessed nature’s benefits for people in action.
Continue reading "Making WAVES in Madagascar: Putting Nature into the Equation"
How did scientists assess the conservation status of Madagascar’s reptiles? CI’s Philip Bowles explains.
Continue reading "Reptiles at Risk: Adding Madagascar’s Lizards and Snakes to the IUCN Red List"
Colleen Vollberg is currently attending World Water Week — the leading annual meeting on freshwater issues — in Stockholm. Read
Continue reading "World Water Week Wrap-up: Water + Poverty Alleviation"
For 20 years, field scientists participating in CI’s Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) have been exploring some of the world’s most
Continue reading "Still Counting: 20 Years of Species Discovery"
Today, in an effort to focus the world’s attention on the need to increase the protection of forests — and
Continue reading "The World’s 10 Most Threatened Forest Hotspots"
What’s got big feet, a long tongue, gray and brown fur — and is, potentially, new to science? That would
Continue reading "New Lemur Species Discovered in Madagascar"
As the world’s nations hash out a plan for curbing the extinction crisis at the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
Continue reading "Why We Need Seagrasses"
The Academy Awards, the Emmys, the Grammys, the Video Music Awards… here in the U.S., our culture has become so
Continue reading "Big Names Turn Out to Celebrate Community Conservationists"
This week, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) declared the Alaotra grebe (Tachybaptus rufolavatus) extinct. CI’s Frank Hawkins
Continue reading "Madagascar Bird Declared Extinct"
As part of a CI-organized Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) off the northeastern coast of Madagascar, an international team of marine
Continue reading "Madagascar RAP: Land!"