Written by Jack Hurd | December 6th, 2010
The climate change talks in Cancun this week will spend significant time on issues caused by deforestation. But to make a real impact, our writer says an entirely different audience must be reached.
Written by Lex Hovani | September 24th, 2010
When it was first introduced in 2005 REDD was a revelation in forest conservation. Five years later a Conservancy scientist looks at a region where its principles are being implemented and measures the impact so far.
Written by Chrissy Schwinn | June 8th, 2009
Forest Carbon Policy Advisor Rane Cortez tells us about getting the world ready to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation through workshops and online trainings, and how these trainings relate to the climate negotiations underway now in Bonn: Here at the UN climate negotiations in Bonn, there is a lot of talk about “getting ready […]
Written by Chrissy Schwinn | June 4th, 2009
BONN, Germany — The Nature Conservancy’s forest carbon team hosted an event here at the Bonn climate talks this week to present an innovative proposal on how to reduce emissions from global deforestation — a crucial part of effectively addressing climate change. I sat down with the team to get their perspectives on the proposal […]
Written by Duncan Marsh | December 4th, 2012
In the second week of climate talks at COP 18 in Doha, Qatar, the focus is on how funding to combat climate change will be sustained.
Written by Timothy Boucher | December 3rd, 2012
Hey birders: This winter, many species normally found in the northern boreal forests–White-Winged Crossbills, Snow Buntings and others–are showing up in more southerly climes. Our birding expert gives some pointers on getting in on the action.
Written by Darci Palmquist | October 16th, 2012
Amazon conservation is her area of expertise, Alaskan malamutes are her favorite dogs–meet a Conservancy scientist helping lower global deforestation and secure indigenous rights.
Written by Mark Tercek | June 14th, 2012
World leaders increasingly recognize that investing in nature is fundamentally necessary for a healthy, equitable and prosperous world.
Written by Megan Sheehan | May 16th, 2012
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 14th, 2012
Conservation has been working for decades to protect specific species, habitats and places. But will climate change ruin all that work? How do you account for global warming in conservation planning?