Indigenous peoples are Earth’s original — and perhaps last — stewards. Their leadership could define the next generation of conservation.
How working with octopus fishers in Madagascar led Kame Westerman to make a surprising discovery about women and conservation.
As Conservation International looks ahead to the future, these photos document some of the places we’ve been.
To build a sustainable economy based on protecting Suriname’s valuable forests and rivers, time is running out.
Thirty million people call the Amazonia region home — and they all depend on its forests every day.
CI scientists use sophisticated tools to determine the economic value of nature. But one low-tech method continues to be the most effective.
CI’s Jürgen Hoth talks air pollution, the illegal drug trade and why planting trees isn’t always the answer.
Gertruida Cloete depends on her livestock for survival — and they depend on healthy grasslands.
Norbil Becerra’s career took an unexpected turn after visiting a forest reserve in Peru’s Alto Mayo region.
The latest edition of CI’s podcast series, “Inside Science,” explores the groundbreaking possibilities of the Resilience Atlas.