A new Conservation International special report, “A sea change for seafood?,” details a novel approach that could end human rights violations in the sector.
When you buy seafood, your purchase affects fishers, businesses — even the health of the ocean.
CI Brazil is pioneering a seafood traceability program that uses smartphone technology to give consumers the power to make sustainable choices with a few finger swipes.
Recently, the spiny lobster was nearly wiped out from the Galápagos — a disappearance that could have spelled disaster for the island’s fragile ecosystems.
Higher prices for cattle plus healthier rangelands means small-scale ranchers are better prepared for the next drought.
For Hank Cauley, senior vice president for CI’s Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, the path to conservation began with a groundbreaking cookstove.
A new study offers a clearer picture of whether the ocean’s fisheries can continue to feed humanity into the future.
How working with octopus fishers in Madagascar led Kame Westerman to make a surprising discovery about women and conservation.
Two new studies reveal that when it comes to managing fish populations, traditional knowledge can be as important as science.
Scattered across the world’s coasts, millions of fishers make up the community fisheries that help feed the world.