Written by Mark Spalding | August 13th, 2012
The near-annihilation of sharks worldwide is having untold bad consequences on coral reef life, says Conservancy senior marine scientist Mark Spalding.
Written by Mark Spalding | March 8th, 2011
Marine scientist Mark Spalding sometimes gets down about the future of the oceans. Find out why the Conservancy has him riding a new wave of optimism.
Written by Alison Green | August 24th, 2010
Are we loving some coral reefs to death? Conservancy scientist Ali Green tells a horror story from Thailand of reef overuse…and asks why all reefs don’t deserve some protection.
Written by Rod Salm | August 4th, 2010
How can we conserve coral reefs in the face of climate change? Conservancy marine scientist Rod Salm and his colleagues have pieced together a possible solution.
Written by Bob Lalasz | May 8th, 2010
Get the latest from Alabama’s Gulf Coast on preparations for the oil spill — and find out why the Conservancy’s oyster reef projects could be key to habitat restoration after oil spills.
Written by Bob Lalasz | May 6th, 2010
Mike Beck, senior marine scientist at The Nature Conservancy, discusses the potential impact of the oil spill on the Gulf of Mexico’s ecology — and how the Conservancy’s rich data on the gulf can help restoration.
Written by Bob Lalasz | April 29th, 2010
A new study co-authored by a Nature Conservancy scientist says biodiversity worldwide continues to decline, despite an international pledge to slow such losses.
Written by Lynne Zeitlin Hale | January 19th, 2010
There’s no silver bullet for making fisheries sustainable — but wallet cards are a great tool for consumers who want to make a difference, says Lynne Zeitlin Hale.
Written by Alison Green | January 1st, 2010
Conservancy marine scientist Alison Green wraps up her three-week diving expedition to the most spectacular coral reef ecosystem on Earth.