Written by Wayne Klockner | May 3rd, 2013
By 2050, the Earth’s population is expected to exceed 9 billion, and our climate is changing at a rate even faster than anticipated. How can we continue to meet the needs of nature and people?
Written by Bob Lalasz | January 29th, 2013
Hurricane Sandy was a wakeup call for coastal cities — but what should we do next? Five experts took on that question in the first of this spring’s “Nature and Our Future” panel discussions from the Conservancy.
Written by Nicole Levins | August 30th, 2012
Written by Jeff Opperman | February 7th, 2011
Find out why a workshop about a proposed dam led to the sad and beautiful poetry—“to them always the dollars, to us always the pain.”
Written by Brian Richter | December 20th, 2010
The Conservancy’s Brian Richter asks: Can we get the benefits from flowing water — like power and agriculture — without ruining the natural water cycles we all depend on?
Written by Jeff Opperman | October 15th, 2010
Water’s the theme for this year’s Blog Action Day — and Conservancy scientist Jeff Opperman reminds us healthy water comes from healthy nature…a connection that water infrastructure planners need to heed.
Written by Brian Richter | June 10th, 2010
Figuring out what nature means to people isn’t an idle exercise — it’s life and death for the 2 billion people who depend on rivers, writes the Conservancy’s Brian Richter.
Written by Brian Richter | January 6th, 2010
Water, poverty and human health come together in often-brutal ways in India. So why is Conservancy freshwater expert Brian Richter optimistic after his recent trip there?