Rural Indonesians are changing their behavior as deforestation creates increased local temperatures.
The first scientific confirmation of a black leopard in Kenya is a story of conservation, community and coexistence.
View photographs from our reporter’s journey to Manus, where local communities are taking sustainable sea cucumber management into their own hands.
In Papua New Guinea, a tribal network is taking sustainable management of sea cucumber fisheries into their own hands.
Some call it a green hell. Can Kenya’s invasive cactus be stopped?
Nature Conservancy scientists are investigating the illegal turtle trade in the Solomon Islands.
Sound holds the potential to help fill one of the most vexing evidence gaps in conservation: How do we know what we're doing is actually working?
Widespread forest clearing in Indonesia could be putting people’s health at risk, as trees provide powerful cooling services.
Coral reefs, parrotfish, climate change, Michigan tourists, and, well, zombies.
A second round of satellite-tagged turtles provides more migration data, while the Arnavons rookery receives new protections to help prosecute poachers.
New research from Nature Conservancy scientists indicates that forest fragmentation drives distinct changes in the dawn and dusk choruses of forests in Papua New Guinea.
Scientists and indigenous rangers are designing a new method for monitoring threatened bilby populations in Australia's Martu country.