Freshwater Migratory Fish are in Trouble All Over the World

The Living Planet Index reports a staggering 81% average decline in global freshwater migratory fish populations since 1970.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Can Freshwater Reserves Protect Tropical Fish Diversity?

A new paper details the conservation success of community-led freshwater reserves in Thailand.

Matthew L. Miller

Conserving India’s Overlooked Freshwater Ecosystems

Conservation in India may conjure images of tigers and forests, but the country has some of the most diverse freshwater ecosystems on the planet.

Roshni Arora

Putting Communities At the Center of Freshwater Conservation

What does an effective, community-based freshwater conservation program look like?

Yuta J. Masuda and Allison Aldous

The Surprising Importance of Freshwater Fisheries to Global Food Security

Marine fisheries are well known for their ability to produce food. But rivers and lakes are vital to food security too.

Matthew L. Miller