New science points to areas where conservation can provide 90% of nature’s contributions to people and meet biodiversity goals.
A new study identifies habitats where strengthening existing conservation protections can reduce extinction risk for mammals.
Science identifies where coastal ecosystems will be crucial for coastal protection services in a world altered by climate change.
Forest Management Can Keep Carbon in Forests and Protect Communities from Wildfire in the American West
The U.S. is investing billions of dollars to reduce forest fire risks. New research maps the hot spots where investments in strategic forest management could offer the biggest payoff for people and climate.
With careful planning, the U.S. could produce needed solar energy and still protect lands important for animal movement and migration.
A new global map of tidal marshes, one of the world’s most productive ecosystems.
Think nature-based tourism is only tied to wildlife watching and hiking? New science says we need to think again—especially in the Eastern Caribbean.
New research finds that 85% of protected areas with groundwater-dependent ecosystems have groundwatersheds that may be underprotected.
New research shows that just 13.2 percent of the ocean remains as wilderness, free from human impacts.
Nature Conservancy scientists are using unmanned aerial vehicles to create the first-ever detailed wetlands map of coastal Gabon, in partnership with NASA and the European Space Agency.
New research revels that global wilderness areas are in rapid decline despite recent increases in protected areas.