New research aims to show people how we can protect important freshwater ecosystems by shining the spotlight on large, charismatic freshwater species that people largely ignore.
New IUCN data indicates serious species declines — but there are some bright spots.
Dr. Russ Mittermeier outlines three priorities for the 2014 World Parks Congress, which brings scientists, government representatives and conservationists together to discuss how best to protect the Earth’s most important lands and waters.
The World Conservation Congress is convening this week in Jeju, South Korea.
Sixty scientists report that lemurs are the Earth’s most endangered primates.
How did scientists assess the conservation status of Madagascar’s reptiles? CI’s Philip Bowles explains.
Editor’s note: In honor of Halloween, we’re re-sharing this old but good story from 2011. The media won’t cut anybody a
The Office of the British Consulate General in New York has very kindly agreed to host an exhibition of photographs
Several months after Conservation International (CI) launched our “Search for the Lost Frogs,” I’m excited to see that the momentum
KBA, AZE, HCV, HBWA, IBA…? Like any other field, the process of identifying the most important places for biodiversity comes