A new effort seeks to put data tools in the hands of the people on the front lines of conservation: indigenous communities.
Inside the plight of an increasingly rare species of gibbon and ongoing efforts to save it from extinction.
Editor’s note: News about conservation and the environment is made every day, but some of it can fly under the radar. In
In this series of photos, Human Nature looks at one community’s efforts to rebuild what has been lost.
Editor’s note: August 19 is World Orangutan Day. The world’s orangutan population is dwindling. Native to only two islands —
Russell Mittermeier, CI’s executive vice chair, has been honored as one of Harvard University’s Centennial Medalists for 2017.
Conflict, poverty and disease prevented the collection of data on the state of Liberia’s ecosystems for decades — until now.
Through conservation agreements, indigenous Bolivian communities are expanding their incomes while leaving forests standing.
New CI research gives farmers and other decision-makers the full picture of climate change impacts in Central America.
How two weeks in a Nicaraguan forest caused one would-be primatologist to rethink her career path.