How can we protect fragile ocean ecosystems while also preserving the cultural and economic lifeways of the people who depend on them?
A new toolkit helps natural resource managers adapt fisheries management in an uncertain future.
Conservation aquaculture offers hope for oyster populations.
A new policy tool can help ensure coral reef conservation better meets local people’s needs and preferences.
A new paper argues forest health and human health should not be viewed as separate concerns when it comes to wildfires.
How do companies translate zero-deforestation commitments into action?
Researchers highlight agreements and uncertainties around soil carbon and argue that “action can happen despite unanswered scientific questions.”
New research has sobering news for people living in the Lower 48 United States: you may be at risk from river flooding and not even know it until the waters start to rise.
Expanding agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa often comes at the expense of forests. Can this challenge be resolved?
The Nature Conservancy’s Indonesia program is using bioacoustics — first tested in Papua New Guinea — in Borneo, where they will use forest sounds to understand how biodiversity changes with different land use types across East Kalimantan.
New research shows that logging operations significantly reduce populations of juvenile reef fish on their nursery grounds, jeopardizing both reef health and local livelihoods in the Solomon Islands.
Conservancy scientists and their partners are teasing apart the complexities of the land sharing or sparing question in Berau, Indonesia.