2022 in review: Nature gets a needed boost from historic deal
By Max Marcovitch
December 22, 2022
As 2022 draws to a close, Conservation News is revisiting some of our most significant stories of the year. At a time when nature is under siege — demanding more ambitious action — Conservation International’s scientists and experts helped accelerate conservation efforts around the globe.Read More
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3 things you may have missed at the UN climate talks
By Mary Kate McCoy
November 21, 2022
After weeks of negotiations, the United Nations climate talks, known as COP27, wrapped up nearly two days past deadline — striking a last-minute, historic agreement on this session’s most anticipated issue: payments for climate change damages to developing countries.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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IPCC report: Countries miss the mark on climate action, but nature could help get us back on track
By Kiley Price
April 4, 2022
A new UN report highlights a powerful and largely untapped solution to stem the climate crisis: nature.Read More
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Climate Week: Action must match 'urgency of the crisis'
By Kiley Price
September 28, 2021
Here are three key takeaways from Climate Week in New York.Read More