Cambodia, one of Southeast Asia’s most biologically intact nations, has emerged from civil war to reveal a stunning topography that is quickly garnering attention from scientists around the world.
Imagine a place filled with small, strange looking creatures roaming a landscape ranging from lush forests to drier, sometimes spiny forests, where giant bottle-shaped trees mark the skyline. This is Madagascar.
One president governs more than 7,100 islands that make up the Philippines. Lucky for us, she happens to be an avid scuba diver and believes in a "Green Philippines."
Mexico is among the most diverse countries on Earth, with the greatest variety of mammals in the region. Now is the time for Mexico to make sustainable economic decisions that benefit its people and wildlife. The stakes are high.
We know 90 percent of life on Earth lives in 34 hotspots: the world’s most biologically rich but most threatened places. We are working to preserve them.