A recently published paper has added to a body of evidence showing that indigenous peoples can be powerful allies for protecting nature.
Climate change, poor labor conditions and the uneven distribution of value within the coffee sector are brewing a triple shot of trouble for coffee.
Knowledge of fish populations in the coral reefs along the islands’ shores is woefully lacking, so scientists compiled this data.
Scientists prove that donations and funding for environmental projects do work and whales’ pasts can influence the future decisions they make.
Funny YouTube videos, the newest smartphones … and conservation? A new study looks at ways we can make conservation go “viral.”
CI funded new research that found Madagascar’s lemurs are making homes within cocoa plantations.
OHI scientists — including several from Conservation International, the index’s co-developer — are using open science to do “better science in less time.”
Russell Mittermeier, CI’s executive vice chair, has been honored as one of Harvard University’s Centennial Medalists for 2017.
A new study offers a clearer picture of whether the ocean’s fisheries can continue to feed humanity into the future.
There are two keys to protecting our oceans: funding and staff. Without these elements, we’re putting our oceans at risk.