The international community has recommended the closure of domestic ivory markets worldwide, following an African-led coalition.
The price may sound impossibly high, but it’s absolutely doable — and necessary. Here’s why.
Australia’s prime minister thinks too much of the country’s forest is “locked up” in protected areas. Here’s why he’s wrong.
The EU’s overseas territories may seem small, but they are ecological giants.
We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.
Rio+20 is not the end of a process. It is the beginning.
Next week CI staff from 10 countries will be traveling to participate in the continuing international climate change talks in
Yesterday was a sad day in Brazil. An environmental activist and his wife were shot dead in the Amazon by
Here in Cancun, it’s been a long two weeks of negotiations, meetings, discussions and disagreements. Negotiators have been working such
As the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations begin today in Cancun, Mexico, I find myself thinking