Co-Benefits for Biodiversity & Carbon in Remnant Forests

New science shows that remnant forests with the greatest tree-species richness also store the most carbon, creating a potential win-win for protecting biodiversity and reducing global carbon emissions.

Justine E. Hausheer

Story type: TNC Science Brief

50 Fish, 50 States: Razorback Sucker Nursery

A new project in Utah gives endangered fish a fighting chance.

Matthew L. Miller

The Main Cause of Global Water Scarcity? It’s Us.

New research shows that by 2050, more than 70 percent of watersheds around the world will experience water scarcity driven primarily by human activity, not climate change.

Cara Cannon Byington

Story type: TNC Science Brief

Floodplains: Protecting & Restoring an Overlooked Ecosystem

A new tool helps protect the many values of floodplains for people and nature.

Matthew L. Miller

Bird Country: Saving the Riverina’s Last Wild Wetlands

In a dry corner of southeast Australia, life-giving wetlands sustain a huge array of birds—and a 50,000-year old culture.

Justine E. Hausheer

The Carp Show: An Inside Look at the Jumping Fish Invasion

Your guide to one of the most notorious fish invasions.

Matthew L. Miller

Restoring Emiquon’s “Wetland of Dreams”

Restoring a large cornfield to a wetland isn’t a glimpse at the past, but a look to conservation’s future.

Matthew L. Miller

Recovery: Restoring the Floodplain Forest

Restoring elms and other native trees benefits wildlife in the Connecticut River Valley.

Ted Williams

50 Fish, 50 States: The Bass of Emiquon

Chasing bass on a former cornfield turned restored wetland in Illinois.

Matthew L. Miller

Camera Trap Chronicles: Phantom Canyon Preserve

Camera traps reveal the wildlife secrets of Phantom Canyon Preserve in Colorado.

Matthew L. Miller

A Biodiversity Analysis in Los Angeles

Rich biodiversity can exist in the biggest of cities, as a new report finds for Los Angeles.

Sophie Parker

Seaweed as Sustainable Livelihood

Seaweed farming can provide livelihoods for rural and indigenous women in Indonesia. How can this aquaculture be practiced sustainably?

Tiffany Waters