Traditional indigenous knowledge is the key to solving climate change.
A recently published paper has added to a body of evidence showing that indigenous peoples can be powerful allies for protecting nature.
Bird-catching paints a picture of the migratory habits of birds — information that could help scientists identify critical trends in climate change.
A community in Colombia ensures their mangroves and clams are around well into the future.
Human Nature sat down with Conservation International’s photography manager to talk about three of her favorite photos.
A new film showcases the relationship that the people of New Caledonia have with nature.
Here are some of our favorite photos taken at the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, with stories about the elephants and the caregivers who look after them.
María Hernández describes her life in the Alto Mayo and how it has changed since she and her sister, Maximila, signed a conservation agreement.
On top of being amazing creatures, elephants actually make life better for all of us, sometimes in surprising ways.
Conservation International works to conserve wildlife while delivering justice to communities in South Africa.