January 22, 2010
From Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains to Colombia’s coast, communities are making commitments to conserve their natural resources in exchange for tangible benefits.
January 15, 2010
Growth in herds is taking a toll on the limited resources of the Namaqualand landscape that are expected to be further taxed by climate change.
August 11, 2009
Ask almost any mother in the world what she wants for her children, and her answer might very likely be, “an education.”
March 20, 2009
Breathe easy. CI, Conservation Stewards Program and our partners are protecting the trees.
January 22, 2009
One of biodiversity’s hidden jewels is a small island in the South Pacific, and its fate depends heavily on people who do not live on the island.
December 31, 2008
Effective conservation of biodiversity requires strategies that make conservation economically viable and attractive to resource owners.
December 20, 2008
Malinda Gardiner shares her perspective in completion of the feasibility assessment in the Kamiesberg uplands of South Africa.
December 17, 2008
Li Zongrun keeps his community informed of local events, a vital service in the wake of the earthquake.
December 16, 2008
In pristine forests, isolated villages, nature preserves and major cities, last May’s Wenchuan earthquake devastated both human and animal life.
December 15, 2008
A biodiversity competition excites and teaches Malagasy communities about the biodiversity with which they live.
December 8, 2008
Despite being one of the smallest countries in South America, Ecuador is one of the 12 megadiverse countries in the world, harboring an amazing biodiversity – including forests that provide vital environmental services.
November 18, 2008
As the Senior Director of CI’s Conservation Stewards Program, Patricia Zurita works with over 16 countries, traveling nearly 75 percent of her time organizing field teams to enact environmental agreements with communities all over the globe.
October 23, 2008
The region is home of the Cardamom Forest, and it is under threat because the local communities survive by employing slash-and-burn agriculture to plant rice and to trap wildlife species and sell them for the Chinese medicinal market.
September 16, 2008
This is a story about a small bean that grew into a great big enterprise.
June 21, 2007
For Maasai tribesmen like Likalee Nongalayeh, the rationale for killing lions was once simple: I myself have killed a lion, he admits. It killed my livestock.