Published August 16, 2017

Conservation beyond fences

Why South Africa’s path foretells the world’s

Conservation International
Published August 9, 2017

Two ears, one mouth

In rural South Africa, making change stick means connecting to local customs and addressing local concerns

Conservation International
Published August 7, 2017

‘Time to fix things now’

In Africa’s most biodiverse grassland, a partnership benefits the community and nature through cattle

Conservation International
Published August 1, 2017

Turning grass into gold

Outside Kruger National Park, livestock offers a lifeline to a future without poaching

Conservation International
Published July 31, 2017

Fenced out of nature

Outside Kruger National Park, the people who once lived inside may be the key to the reserve’s future

Text by Jamey Anderson | Photography by Trond Larsen
Published June 7, 2017

300 hours underwater

Diving in Lau: Delight, danger and detritus

Conservation International
Published June 6, 2017

On the edge

In Lau Islands, some marine species are in trouble

Conservation International
Published June 5, 2017

A question of coral

With coral under siege worldwide, Lau Island reefs offer clues to their protection

Conservation International
Published June 5, 2017

EPILOGUE

Discoveries in the Lau Seascape will pave the way for Fiji’s conservation future

Conservation International
Published June 2, 2017

View from the chief

Who will determine the future of the Lau Islands’ reefs? Their people

Conservation International
Published June 2, 2017

Unexpected finds

Species sightings shed new light on remote reefs

Conservation International
Published June 2, 2017

Survey finds new species

Lau Islands expedition finds up to 9 species potentially new to science

Conservation International
Published June 2, 2017

Treasures of the Lau Islands

An expedition to a little-explored region in the Pacific offers insights, hopes for protecting coral reefs in a changing climate

By Mark Erdmann
Published June 1, 2017

For non-profits, a clarion call

In wake of news reports, groups defined social responsibility for the future of seafood

Conservation International
Published June 1, 2017

The business of sustainable seafood

For one expert, sustainability and profits go hand in hand

Conservation International
Published June 1, 2017

Giving voice to seafood slaves

Between 2014 and 2016, one woman rescued 3,000 enslaved seafood workers from unspeakable conditions

Conservation International
Published June 1, 2017

A sea change for seafood?

Journalists uncovered slavery in the seafood industry. A team of researchers, experts and others have a plan to stop it.

Conservation International
Published May 17, 2016

Nature meets tech

An unlikely alliance to protect islands from storms

Conservation International
Published April 7, 2016

Two years after the storm

Balancing caution and ambition in a town on the brink

Conservation International
Published February 18, 2016

The giving trees

How an accidental forest saved a village from a storm for the ages

Text by Molly Bergen
Published February 18, 2016

A vicious circle

In storm-ravaged Philippines, motorcycle tires are powerful symbol

Text by Molly Bergen
Published February 4, 2016

Roots from rubble

On Philippine coasts, rebuilding nature’s barriers to stormier seas

Text by Molly Bergen + Visuals by Tim Noviello
Published February 4, 2016

The storm

All but defenseless, Philippine towns feel Haiyan’s wrath

Text by Molly Bergen + Visuals by Tim Noviello
Published December 9, 2015

A ‘Marshall Plan for the Pacific’? 

Islands float proposal to adapt to rising seas

by Bruno Vander Velde