Written by Darci Palmquist | October 16th, 2012
Amazon conservation is her area of expertise, Alaskan malamutes are her favorite dogs–meet a Conservancy scientist helping lower global deforestation and secure indigenous rights.
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 14th, 2012
Conservation has been working for decades to protect specific species, habitats and places. But will climate change ruin all that work? How do you account for global warming in conservation planning?
Written by Mark Tercek | January 20th, 2012
While the world debates the best ways to address climate change, Mark Tercek says that one strategy is a “no brainer.” Find out which.
Written by Darci Palmquist | January 25th, 2011
Written by Jack Hurd | December 17th, 2010
Thanks to a decade-long partnership, The Nature Conservancy may help bring some responsible (and delicious) options to your Valentine’s Day wish list.
Written by Nicole Levins | December 1st, 2010
Written by Andrew Deutz | November 29th, 2010
Last year’s climate change talks in Copenhagen left many disillusioned. How can they succeed this time? Our policy expert says to forget a comprehensive agreement and get these simpler things done.
Written by Lex Hovani | September 24th, 2010
When it was first introduced in 2005 REDD was a revelation in forest conservation. Five years later a Conservancy scientist looks at a region where its principles are being implemented and measures the impact so far.
Written by Evan Girvetz | June 7th, 2010
The evidence for climate change is strong — and REDD and ecosystem-based adaptation should be part of the response, argues the Conservancy’s Evan Girvetz.