Villages can’t hold back rising seas on their own. They need nature’s help.
Grassroots environmentalist Jean Wiener led community efforts in Haiti to create the nation’s first marine protected areas — important work now recognized by a prestigious award.
One more reason to be concerned about extinction trends? Everything you eat was once a wild species.
On an island where opportunities are scarce, women are using trees to create new ones.
When fish catch declined in their coastal town, these women were determined to find economic alternatives.
Thousands are dead and millions of lives were changed forever when the devastating storm struck the Philippines. As the world negotiates a climate treaty, the director of CI’s Philippines program asks if we’re acting fast enough.
Students and scientists alike will learn more about these ecosystems through a new crowd-sourcing tool.
Marine species play innumerable roles that underpin our welfare. Here are a few that might surprise you.
“Blue carbon” is a term experts use to define the coastal ecosystems that sequester, or store, climate change-causing carbon from
Emily Pidgeon is attending the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Cancun, Mexico. Read other posts about CI’s