Written by Darci Palmquist | September 11th, 2012
A member of the Conservancy’s Science Council and a founder of the Natural Capital Project, Gretchen Daily is a leader in conservation science for the 21st century.
Written by Glenn Prickett | June 25th, 2012
What will be the legacy of Rio+20? We won’t know the answer for years but in the mean time, we highlight three hopeful signs in the outcome of Rio.
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 Brad Parker | June 15th, 2012
Not sure what Rio+20 is all about and what might happen there? We talk to Glenn Prickett, our Chief External Affairs Officer, to get an inside look at the conference and what The Conservancy hopes to achieve there.
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 Rob McDonald | February 28th, 2011
Why does conservation ignore human rights advocacy? Conservancy scientist Rob McDonald says that silence only hurts conservation.
Written by Nicole Levins | November 24th, 2010
Written by Darci Palmquist | August 11th, 2009
Killer algae sounds pretty bad, but we won’t leave you with depressing news today… instead, take heart in knowing that volunteers gave 4,000 baby loggerhead turtles a helping hand in Australia. From A to Z (or 1 to 5), we’ve got the top Cool Green News links of the morning. Ah, wouldn’t you like to […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | June 16th, 2009
We’ve gone from hope and promise to doom and gloom, all in one short day. Yes folks, this morning’s Cool Green News updates will make you contemplate just how bad the future could be. Read ‘em and weep… then polish up your half-empty glass and send us your message of hope (cause we all need it). A new climate change […]