Changing cultural perceptions around gender can’t work without the support of the local communities.
Hear from the Solomon Island's first women rangers as share their experiences working to protect nesting leatherback sea turtles.
Researchers surveying Nature Conservancy staff find that gender bias and inequity hold women back across their conservation careers. The study, […]
The persistent gender gap in science publishing is harming conservation efforts.
“Here in Papua New Guinea, it’s challenging to be a woman. We depend on a healthy environment to put food […]
In the Solomon Islands, women’s groups are running an education program to help local people make more informed decisions about mining.
Successful conservation needs both men and women to thrive. So Conservancy scientist Robyn James is changing the way conservation projects in Melanesia incorporate women — from the Arnavon Islands to Papua New Guinea.