Human Nature covers a wide range of geographies, from Colombia to China to Cameroon. Aside from contributions from our field staff working in more than 25 countries, we also publish posts from additional countries where CI invests via partners, and from international conferences and other events that our staff attend. In addition, our experts sometimes provide commentary about other regions relevant to our work. We hope you’ll use this map to explore the content of greatest interest to you.
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Countries must undertake joint initiatives as populations grow and increase their demands on nature.
Continue reading "A Sustainable Future Relies on US-China Collaboration"
The first global map of future land suitability for vineyards could change everything we think we know about wine.
Continue reading "Climate Change Puts the Squeeze on Wine Production"
Last week’s symposium at the Council on Foreign Relations explored the direct connection between nature and security.
Continue reading "4 Ways Dwindling Natural Resources Could Lead to Conflict"
This summer, CI’s Hawai‘i Fish Trust conducted a series of camps designed to revive local interest in ocean management.
Continue reading "Hawaiian Fish Camps Help Families Reconnect with Nature"
Amelia’s final resting place may be the waters of Kiribati — a place I’ve been working to protect for nearly a decade.
Continue reading "Honoring Amelia Earhart’s Legacy in the Phoenix Islands"
Forty years after the enactment of important ocean policies, American coastlines are a different place.
Continue reading "Ocean Regulation Has Helped Restore Health of U.S. Waters"
Even in urban environments, nature provides valuable services for people.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: Wetlands and Buffer Zones"
Photographer Keith Ellenbogen goes under the waves to document the strange beauty of California’s kelp forests.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: Diving in an Underwater Forest"
One photographer continues on a mission to document some of the world’s most important coastal ecosystems.
Continue reading "CI Photojournal: California’s Elkhorn Slough"