Written by Charles Bedford | February 11th, 2013
Charles Bedford, Director of The Nature Conservancy’s Asia-Pacific region, explains why conserving nature in Hong Kong is a bigger issue than you might think.
Written by Sheila Walsh Reddy | January 2nd, 2013
Storm’s a coming! Scientist Sheila Walsh encounters heavy rain, wind & clouds while doing research in the Gulf of California. Can healthy ecosystems help fisheries be more resilient to strong climate events?
Written by Charles Bedford | November 30th, 2012
After Palau’s National Congress honored the Conservancy with a resolution of thanks, our Charles Bedford drafted a resolution of his own.
Written by Andrew Deutz | October 25th, 2012
Countries around the world have agreed to double their foreign aid for conservation by 2015. It’s great news for biodiversity and beaches around the world.
Written by Eddie Game | October 4th, 2012
A lab experiment involving 3,500 beakers of microalgae sheds light on how ecosystems respond to stress like heat, and why biodiversity actually matters to conservation.
Written by Brad Parker | May 14th, 2012
Can tropical forests be logged sustainably and still maintain their incredibly rich biodiversity and benefits to people? A new study published in the journal Conservation Letters provides evidence that with smart forest management, the answer can be “yes.”
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?
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | April 24th, 2012
Written by Sheila Walsh Reddy | March 5th, 2012
Are fat fish a sign of golden times on the reef? Not likely, according to a new Conservancy study that finds fat fish are indicators of a fishery out of balance.
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 24th, 2011