Can India’s Farmers Deliver Clean Air Along with Good Food?

Delhi’s residents live with air pollution and smog every day. Could changing farming practices help change this reality?

Priya Shyamsundar

Remember That Catastrophic Natural Gas Leak in California? Yeah, That Could Happen Again

New research finds 1 in 5 active underground natural gas storage wells in the U.S. could be vulnerable to large-scale accidental releases, like the one at California's Aliso Canyon well field in October 2015.

Cara Cannon Byington

Rwanda Looks to National Parks as Part of a Peaceful, Hopeful Future

On the Rwandan Genocide Memorial Day, a look at how national parks could be a part of the country’s vision for a peaceful, prosperous future.

Jensen Montambault

The Power of a Healthy Watershed for Energy Security in Gabon

Can Gabon develop its energy resources in a way that provides for people and nature?

Josh Goldstein

How Much Do Wetlands Reduce Property Damage During Hurricanes?

A Collaborative Study with the Insurance Industry Four years ago this month, Hurricane Sandy devastated much of the US Atlantic […]

Siddharth Narayan

Maintaining Healthy Forests Takes More than Planting Trees

Conservationists should plant more trees, but that’s not the whole story. America’s forests must be resilient to survive wildfires and invading forest pests in a changing climate.

Lisa Feldkamp

When Can Sustainability Drive Business Growth?

The next wave of corporate sustainability has a new mind-set. That mind-set sees products as potential solutions to environmental problems, not just creators of environmental problems.

Sheila Walsh Reddy

The Effectiveness, Costs and Coastal Protection Benefits of Natural and Nature-Based Defenses

A global synthesis of field measurements shows that coastal habitats – particularly coral reefs and mangroves, can be physically and economically effective at protecting coastlines.

Siddharth Narayan

The Transformation of Gabon: Can Nature Make Economic Development Work Better for People?

Can Gabon find a way to achieve its development goals while protecting nature? Can valuing nature's services to people help achieve that balance?

Josh Goldstein

A Renter’s Market: BirdReturns Offers Innovative Conservation

How can conservationists protect one million acres of migratory bird habitat in Central California, particularly when that property is highly valuable agricultural land? The solution: Pop-up wetlands.

Eric Hallstein and Matthew L. Miller