Written by Jake Cohen | October 31st, 2012
How resilient are the corals of Raja Ampat? And what does that mean for reefs the world over? Our team investigates.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 28th, 2012
The Raja Ampat team is surrounded by sharks! But that’s a good thing — let our own fish expert Purwanto explain why.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 26th, 2012
The Raja Ampat team reaches an important dive site and conducts an early test of the strength of local marine protected areas.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 25th, 2012
What’s manta towing? And how are reefs outside of Raja Ampat’s protected areas doing? Find out from the Conservancy’s Sangeeta Mangubhai as the trip continues.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 23rd, 2012
Learn how communities in Raja Ampat are leading the charge and protecting the wealth of natural resources in their own backyards.
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 Jack Hurd | October 12th, 2012
A changing world is squeezing the coastal and forest-dwelling communities that need nature to survive. How can we help protect these people and nature?
Written by Misty Herrin | June 22nd, 2012
Our self proclaimed “turtle hugger” reports from Rio de Janeiro and reflects on the commitments made that will benefit people, nature and of course, sea turtles.
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 Darci Palmquist | March 27th, 2012
What’s the price of a good marine education? Turns out it’s just $24/year, according to a new study by Nature Conservancy scientists.