Written by Jake Cohen | October 23rd, 2012
What can we learn about a fish — and its ecosystem — from its length? Our crack team of fish-spotters has the answer.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 19th, 2012
Scientists on the 2012 Raja Ampat coral monitoring trip are boldly experimenting with new technologies. Will their cell phones pass the “tissue” test?
Written by Rod Salm | October 19th, 2012
In advance of delivering a speech at the Colorado Ocean Coalition’s Making WAVES Symposium, Dr. Rod Salm reflects on a career of coral conservation.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 18th, 2012
After two years of designing this project, the scuba diving teams are finally on their way to survey the reefs of Raja Ampat. Sharks and fish await — join in!
Written by Jake Cohen | October 15th, 2012
Join this year’s trip to Raja Ampat, where our scientists are trying something new: exploring coral reefs we don’t protect to learn about the ones we do.
Written by Mike Beck | October 11th, 2012
A new report shows what countries are at the most risk from natural disasters, and how nature can help protect people, nature and property.
Written by Jon Fisher | October 3rd, 2012
If climate change is just plain common sense, then why is ice growing in Antarctica? Spatial scientist Jon Fisher on the value of clear climate change communication.
Written by Nicole Levins | October 1st, 2012
Written by Frank Lowenstein | August 22nd, 2012
Much as we experienced a market crash in 2008, we should be prepared for a climate crash. What does climate bankruptcy look like? And how can we prepare for it?
Written by Evan Girvetz | August 20th, 2012
Whether you look globally or locally, the last several months featured heat, heat and more heat. And with a renowned NASA scientist saying this is part of a new trend toward warmer summers, how can we prepare?