Sustaining global biodiversity requires broadening the area-based conservation toolkit beyond protected areas.
Scientists offer 7 key principles to help achieve the Convention on Biological Diversity’s 2050 vision: living in harmony with nature.
Maps that display migration data with the human connections and livelihoods can help advance sustainable conservation.
The upcoming Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) meeting, and adoption of the new Global Biodiversity Framework, represent an opportunity to […]
Country-level contributions that contribute to an overall no-net-loss goal of biodiversity is one of the issues that groups are pushing […]
Published in Nature Ecology & Evolution, “Global no net loss of natural ecosystems,” examines what the concept of no net […]
Protecting logging concessions could be a valuable tool for biodiversity conservation.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, an accurate map may well be worth an entire novel. In Gabon, scientists are working to map a healthy future for Gabon's coastal wetlands.
New research provides science-based way to identify flagship species for effective biodiversity conservation.
Conservationists often talk about “going to scale”—solutions that go big and go fast. But most conservation initiatives requiring decades to start proliferating on their own.
A new analysis identifies global hotspots where the most species are threatened by human impacts.
Research shows that increased management of existing protected areas could be a better investment for conservation than purchasing new land.