In March, a team of scientists from Conservation International Indonesia tagged a female whale shark — the first ever tagged in West Papua.
Knowing where the turtles go is the first step to protecting them.
A man was caught illegally cutting down trees in Peru’s Alto Mayo Protected Forest.
Scientists created a scoring system for freshwater health.
An estimated 10 billion people will walk the Earth by 2050 — how will humanity grow enough food on land that is increasingly tapped out?
Conservation International’s Edgardo Ochoa talks about to curb threats to the Gulf of California.
Blockchain could be used to trace high-value commodities, like sustainably caught fish.
In this new Climate Lab video, CI CEO M. Sanjayan takes you inside the world of online shipping and its impacts on the planet.
A new effort seeks to put data tools in the hands of the people on the front lines of conservation: indigenous communities.
A tidal wave of technology, from satellite imagery to machine learning, is revolutionizing ocean conservation.