In recent decades, indigenous peoples have made significant progress in ensuring that their rights are recognized and respected.
“Tagging whales is the most exciting, terrifying thing that I have ever done.”
In Suriname, a sloth sanctuary houses animals displaced by habitat loss before releasing them into protected forests.
This short film shows what it’s like to work in one of Africa’s richest forest ecosystems.
A Colombian street artist shares his story.
CI’s president gives a video update from the forests of South America.
With this inspirational video, we thank you for your support over the past year.
This video reminds us of the infinite ways we depend on nature — not only for survival, but for inspiration.
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.