Protecting nature is what we do. Science shows us how. We tell the stories behind Nature Conservancy science — from the field to the research lab, and everywhere in between.
This fish has adapted to a lake high in arsenic and heavy metals. But human activity poses a greater challenge.
A group of villages in Papua New Guinea decided to protect their damaged rainforests from future clearcuts. A photographer captured that work in action.
An international team argues that strategic ecological restoration could save coral atoll islands from the rising seas of climate change.
One of the rarest waterfowl species on earth, the nene nearly disappeared forever. Here is its epic story.
When you work in a place remote as Palmyra Atoll, if equipment fails, there won’t be a midweek run to Bass Pro Shops.
For all their fame, you’d be surprised by how much you don’t know about North America’s largest land mammal.
An artist turns her camera to the slippery, elusive and endangered American eel.
In Massachusetts, a team is restoring wetlands and using some old-school ways to track bog turtles process.
A new database of global seabird restoration projects allows scientists to analyze trends and provides a tool for practitioners looking to effectively restore seabirds and coastal ecosystems.
Free divers are fishing turtles at unsustainble levels in the Solomon Islands.
Wildlife tracking can provide humans with critical information to predict our weather and climate patterns.
Science identifies where coastal ecosystems will be crucial for coastal protection services in a world altered by climate change.
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The ongoing transformation of the U.S.’s energy systems creates a compelling opportunity to build the energy infrastructure of the future.
Scientists are evaluating 15 years of forest management at TNC’s Ellsworth Creek Preserve to inform large-scale forest restoration efforts.
Solutions to the challenges of biodiversity loss and climate change may require entwined solutions framed by “Nature and Equity.”
Biochar could be a meaningful ally in tackling the climate crisis.
To be equitable, market-based climate mitigation and biodiversity conservation solutions must also consider gender at their core.
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.