Hawaiʻi votes to protect coral reefs — from our sunscreen

Hawaiʻi Governor David Ige will sign a bill to prohibit the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals that contribute to the destruction of coral reefs.

What can a bird-catching tradition tell us about conservation?

Bird-catching paints a picture of the migratory habits of birds — information that could help scientists identify critical trends in climate change.

In Indonesia, villagers find innovative ways to adapt to climate change

A new study shows that using nature to adapt to intense storms and drought can be affective for thriving in a changing climate.

New virtual reality project to premiere at Tribeca

“My Africa,” Conservation International’s (CI) third virtual reality project, has been selected to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, April 18-29 in New York.

Reports: Trump to skip G7 meeting on climate

U.S. President Donald Trump will leave the G7 summit early — missing the meeting on climate change.

Postcard from the Pacific: In new film, ocean is the star

A new film showcases the relationship that the people of New Caledonia have with nature.

To feed itself, Hawai‘i must make sea change, study finds

To feed its growing population, Hawai‘i is looking to produce more locally sourced seafood, which has a smaller environmental footprint.

3 things you didn’t know trees did for you

In honor of International Day of Forests, Human Nature looks into some of the benefits of forests that you might not know about.

Expert: U.S. move on elephants creates ‘uncertainty’

A recent decision by the White House to review each import of elephant trophies creates “uncertainty” about efforts to protect the animals.

Conservationist named in Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business

Dr. M. Sanjayan, CEO of Conservation International, was named one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business for 2018.

4 things you didn’t know elephants do for you

On top of being amazing creatures, elephants actually make life better for all of us, sometimes in surprising ways.

Marine parks: big or small? Both, says oceans expert

What should marine protected areas look like, and how large should they be?

3 hopeful stories for endangered species

In honor of Endangered Species Day, Human Nature highlights three recent signs of hope for some of the world’s most threatened animals.

Parched Cape Town’s lesson for cities: Protect nature

Human Nature talked to Conservation International’s freshwater lead about what cities have to do to protect their water supplies in a changing climate.

3 books to get you through the end of winter

Here are three books Conservation International (CI) staff can’t put down.

3 reasons elephants make the best mothers

On this Mother’s Day, here are three reasons why elephants make some of the best mothers.

Social media turns tide of ocean protection in Brazil

Brazil recently announced the creation of two marine protected areas totaling 900,000 square kilometers.

Worldwide launch: Experience ‘My Africa’ in virtual reality

Conservation International released its “My Africa” virtual reality project to the world in seven languages.

Nature’s year ahead: 3 must-read environmental books for 2018

Here are three books about the environment that you should add to your reading list.

Reefs are losing recovery time between bleaching events, experts say

A recent study finds that warmer waters are causing an increase in coral bleaching events.

In South America, are the tides turning against illegal fishing?

A Conservation International scientist explains how the Ecuadorean government handled a case of illegal fishing.

5 ways to go green

Here are five ways you can help the environment this year.

Best of 2017: In ‘blockchain’ technology, a futuristic solution to conservation’s greatest challenges

Blockchain could be used to trace high-value commodities, like sustainably caught fish.