The U.S. National Wildlife Refuge system, in its 120th year, is one of the largest protected area networks in the world. And many refuges are great places to fish.
Meet the overlooked South African wildlife: native fish. Can invasive species removal offer hope?
Scientists offer 7 key principles to help achieve the Convention on Biological Diversity’s 2050 vision: living in harmony with nature.
Can science and technology in post-COVID India chart a more sustainable future?
Refinancing national debt can be a powerful tool for conservation.
Have you ever heard the one about climate change drying up the world and leaving the planet without enough water […]
New study shows that promoting nature around farm fields is essential to ensuring and maintaining abundant and stable food production.
As climate change makes natural systems more unpredictable, the past is no longer a reliable predictor of the future
Can targeted, farm-level recommendations spark adoption at the scale needed to ensure the city of Nairobi a sustainable water supply? TNC scientists are experimenting to find out.
In Papua New Guinea, a tribal network is taking sustainable management of sea cucumber fisheries into their own hands.
Aquaculture has vast potential as a tool for conservation, providing food for people while benefiting the environment.
Working in partnership with indigenous peoples and local communities is critically important to achieving outcomes for people and nature. Social science is the backbone of The Nature Conservancy’s approach to strengthening voice, choice and action.