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News spotlight: Could seaweed be our new big climate ally?
By Max Marcovitch
January 9, 2023
In case you missed it: A recent study reveals that underwater forests are much more prolific than previously thought — and may play a key role in stemming the climate crisis.Read More
© Daniel Uribe. Mangroves in Colombia's Cispata Bay.
What on Earth is ‘climate adaptation’?
By Kiley Price, Mary Kate McCoy
November 9, 2022
From “blue carbon” to “ecosystem services,” environmental jargon is everywhere these days. Conservation International looks to make sense of it in an occasional explainer series. In this installment, we explore “climate adaptation.”Read More
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4 things you may have missed at the UN Ocean Conference
By Kiley Price
July 1, 2022
Here are some announcements you may have missed from the 2022 UN Ocean Conference.Read More
© Jonathan Irish
5 wins for nature in 2021
By Kiley Price
December 15, 2021
Good news: 2021 saw a series of major wins for the climate, for wildlife and for habitats around the worldwide. Here are 5 of them.Read More
In Colombia, a new way to protect mangroves takes root
By Raul Quintana
May 19, 2021
A recently-launched blue carbon finance project for the first time takes into account not only the carbon that mangrove trees store in their trunks and leaves, but also the carbon they sequester in their soils, often for millennia.Read More