Written by Robyn James | November 6th, 2013
With mining proposed across the Solomon Islands, how will the decisions and agreements made now shape the country’s future?
Written by Charles Bedford | July 18th, 2012
The Mongolian government recently made an enormous contribution to conservation by protecting 3.7 million acres of land across the country.
Written by Joseph Kiesecker | February 25th, 2011
Critics claim our work with extractive industries is “greenwashing.” One of our lead scientists explains why this new paradigm is just good conservation.
Written by Holly Copeland | August 25th, 2010
Can we develop America’s energy resources in a smarter way that has less impact on biodiversity? Conservancy scientist Holly Copeland explains one way it might just happen.
Written by Peter Kareiva | May 23rd, 2010
Nature Conservancy Chief Scientist Peter Kareiva says the Gulf Oil spill highlights how the energy industry can be a threat to nature — and that’s why conservationists must engage with energy companies such as BP to minimize those threats.
Written by Evan Girvetz | April 19th, 2010
50% of all Mongolia’s livestock could be dead by spring — victims of a drought-freeze punch known as a dzud. How could grassland conservation help herders cope with such climate-change intensified phenomena?
Written by Joseph Kiesecker | March 9th, 2010
Should the greater sage grouse have protected status? Conservancy scientist Joseph Kiesecker explains the importance of a recent USFWS decision for people and nature in the western United States.
Written by Rob McDonald | April 16th, 2009
The fact that renewable energy takes more space than conventional energy isn’t an environmental paradox, just a trade-off society must face.