In the forests of Venezuela, three villages have found a crucial source of livelihood amid the country’s roiling economic crisis.
From northern Tanzania to the Peruvian Amazon, ancient knowledge could have important implications for how people everywhere relate to nature.
This news could signal a shift for historically marginalized communities.
Photographer Randy Olson joins a species discovery expedition in one of the world’s most remote forests.
As their flooded forest disintegrated around them, the Peruvian village of Tingana decided to act.
Seemingly unrelated, these three recent events have taken place under the shadow of an increasingly erratic climate.
It’s not as simple as planting a bunch of trees.
For Norbil Becerra, destroying forests was a necessary evil — until the day he saw a hummingbird.
Why is it important to think about gender when doing conservation work? In Peru, it means women can grow their knowledge of traditional plants and recover almost-lost ancestral traditions.
Brazil is at a crossroads, and the path its leaders choose will be felt beyond the country’s borders.