Written by Sanjayan | November 13th, 2012
A mountain of foam from a local creek consumed the road that Conservancy lead scientist, Sanjayan, was traveling on in Africa. With fresh water an increasingly important – and scarce – commodity, what can be done to protect it?
Written by Matt Brown | November 9th, 2012
In the late 1970s, the hirola population was estimated to be nearly 16,000. Today, fewer than 400 individual animals are believed to remain, making the hirola the world’s most endangered antelope.
Written by Joe Fargione | September 11th, 2012
Will climate change lead to a future with more war? Some say yes, but past evidence suggests otherwise, says Conservancy scientist Joe Fargione.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | August 28th, 2012
Written by Kenneth K. Coe | July 2nd, 2012
Rhino horn prices and rhino poaching have exploded in lockstep, and at this trajectory, wild rhinos in Africa may become extinct in the next 5-10 years.
Written by David Banks and Caroline Crosbie | June 21st, 2012
The Conservancy’s David Banks and Pathfinder International’s Caroline Crosbie discuss how incorporating women’s, children’s and community health — along with gender equity — is critical to attaining a more sustainable human relationship with our planet.
Written by Nicole Levins | June 11th, 2012
Written by Nicole Levins | May 21st, 2012
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | January 31st, 2012