Where to target ocean conservation? New research points the way

Around the world, oceans are providers: of food, of livelihoods, of entire economies. But, where do people depend on them

Best of 2018: Satellite tags shed light on sea turtle treks

Knowing where the turtles go is the first step to protecting them.

Best of 2018: To save marine habitats, conservationists find natural ally: surfers

Hundreds of areas with world-class waves also contain a variety of diverse marine species.

The year ahead in climate change

A look ahead at climate change in 2019.

Best of 2018: 3 things you didn’t know trees did for you

Human Nature looks into some of the benefits of forests that you might not know about.

Holiday gifts you can feel good about giving

Conservation International’s gift guide for 2018 has something for everyone.

Cutting global emissions in half by 2030? With new roadmap, it’s possible

A new report says drastically reducing emissions is the only way to stop climate change in time.

3 forest stories you should know about

Human Natures shares three positive stories about forests.

A shortage of beer and fries? Climate change hits Europe where it hurts

Europe may have a shortage of beer and fries due to climate change.

In global climate change fight, half a degree could make all the difference

Scientists say if Earth’s temperature were to warm any more than 1.5°C, we would experience devastating losses.

Sustainable coffee: What it really means

What does sustainably grown coffee mean?

In case you missed it: 4 big stories from our world

Human Nature shares four stories from the past week that you should know about.