New science points to areas where conservation can provide 90% of nature’s contributions to people and meet biodiversity goals.
Wildlife tracking can provide humans with critical information to predict our weather and climate patterns.
A new study identifies habitats where strengthening existing conservation protections can reduce extinction risk for mammals.
Biochar could be a meaningful ally in tackling the climate crisis.
Creative solutions that go beyond conventional protected areas are necessary to safeguard the future of global freshwater ecosystems.
A new global map of tidal marshes, one of the world’s most productive ecosystems.
Science shows that when it comes to tropical forest restoration at scale, small landholders matter. A lot.
There are some invasive species that get a lot of press. Many others, though, are more mundane. And you might not realize they're invasive.
Cutting lianas, a diverse group of woody climbing plants, is a well-known way to increase carbon sequestration and timber production.
New research finds that 85% of protected areas with groundwater-dependent ecosystems have groundwatersheds that may be underprotected.
Researchers surveying Nature Conservancy staff find that gender bias and inequity hold women back across their conservation careers.
A new toolkit helps natural resource managers adapt fisheries management in an uncertain future.