Written by Mark Tercek & Peter Kareiva | May 5th, 2014
What does it mean for The Nature Conservancy to be “science-based” today? To always be casting a wider net for better solutions supported by evidence, write Mark Tercek and Peter Kareiva.
Written by Peter Kareiva | October 2nd, 2012
How will an aging population influence the way we do conservation in 2050? It could be a blessing, says our chief scientist–as long as we start preparing now.
Written by Matt Miller | June 6th, 2012
We sat down with Dr. Kareiva to discuss his new paper published in the journal Nature, and the hope he sees in the daunting task of “rescaling civilization.”
Written by Mark Tercek | April 29th, 2012
Our chief scientist receives a major honor and CEO Mark Tercek sees it as recognition that conservation science can play a vital role in solving important global challenges like food security and water scarcity.
Written by Nicole Levins | April 4th, 2012
Written by Nicole Levins | December 21st, 2011
Written by Peter Kareiva | November 29th, 2011
Is tropical deforestation or killing by humans to blame for the orangutan’s demise? Peter Kareiva says a new study shows why it’s always important for conservation to continue testing its assumptions.
Written by Peter Kareiva | August 2nd, 2011
Genetically modified organisms — scourge of the Earth, or potential boon to poverty reduction and conservation? We should follow the data, not our prejudices, says Peter Kareiva.
Written by Peter Kareiva | July 22nd, 2011
Conservancy Chief Scientist Peter Kareiva helped write a new White House report on accounting for nature’s value in the United States. See why he thinks it’s a breakthrough.
Written by Peter Kareiva | July 20th, 2011
Wolves, bears, sharks — conservation has neglected such top-of-the-food-web species in favor of stopping biodiversity loss in the abstract, says Peter Kareiva. But a new study should change that.