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CI’s director of sustainable coffee markets visited Guatemala to see how coffee trees are grown and delivered to farmers as part of the Starbucks “One Tree for Every Bag” commitment.
On the world’s youngest continent, finding conservation solutions means going outside the traditional toolbox of protected areas.
Elephants illustrate a core truth about conservation work: It must be done alongside local communities.
In the farming town of Matatiele, a partnership is protecting Africa’s most biodiverse grassland and bringing prosperity through livestock auctions.
From a poacher of bush meat to a small-business owner, Magic Mabunda illustrates the transformation underway in the communities outside Kruger National Park.
When a scientist finds himself in the middle of anti-poaching operations, he asks himself whether there is a better way to conserve nature.
A new report by acclaimed journalist Jeffrey Gettleman explores the roots of land conflict in Kenya, a topic he recently discussed with CI CEO M. Sanjayan.
A groundbreaking social scientist, Mike Mascia represents an evolution for a discipline that has long focused on the natural sciences.
A recent case of escaped lions in South Africa’s Kruger National Park is a tragic example of the tension that can exist between people and wildlife around protected areas.