GDP is a flawed model for true economic growth. Here’s why.
There are more than 400 species of sharks in our big blue ocean, so if you were a shark, what kind would you be? How about a whale shark, a hammerhead, or a so-called ‘walking’ shark? CI is working to protect all sharks and their ecosystems so that these apex predators can continue to thrive as they have for millions of years, and provide their critical benefits to the ocean and to people.
As part of a 100-day journey exploring the planet’s most crucial freshwater systems, Alexandra Cousteau – granddaughter of Jacques and
While Fernando and Artur were planting trees on a farm in Mineiros (see last Thursday’s blog post), I spent a
Last week I was in Japan looking for giant salamanders (Andrias japonicus), and for two days I stayed in the
CI is all about partnership, and as the COP15 negotiations heat up, we here in the office are tuning in
Check out the video below from Jyoti, Vijay, Rita, Rupa, & Subhash – students from India ranging in age from
The power of forests to deliver climate change solutions was displayed in a new virtual tour of Madagascar launched today
It has begun! At 9am this morning an unusual forest began to take shape in New York City’s Greeley Square.
No lions have been killed in Kenya’s Mbirikani for over four years – at least not by the Maasai. For