We don’t eat our sharks in the Galápagos Islands, though they are — so to speak — our bread and butter.
Facing climate change, indigenous communities are reviving farming practices used by their Incan ancestors.
With 85% of its forest intact, Guyana is leading the way for developing countries seeking green growth.
People can only protect nature if they have the knowledge, means and economic motivation to do so.
Conservation efforts in the Atlantic Forest are helping this iconic species make a comeback.
One CI staff member continues his journey across the Pacific with a stop in the Galápagos Islands.
Brazil’s rivers link distant geographies, meaning activities in one region can have big impacts downstream.
Seven out of 10 of Brazil’s biggest cities depend on this forest for water and electricity.
To move the ball forward, we must build on the excitement generated by the Summit for Sustainability in Africa.
GDP is a flawed model for true economic growth. Here’s why.