One summer afternoon I bobbed on the waters of a river with an Indian name, watching a kingfisher dive for fish. Osprey perched nearby, and a few feet from my kayak a salmon jumped with an impressive splash.
A new animated film about REDD was launched yesterday at the annual meeting of the Forest Movement Europe in Portugal.
It's said everything in nature is connected, with one thing providing energy and sustenance for another.
The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) at Colorado State University (CSU) invites applications for its Collaborative Conservation Fellowship Program’s fifth cohort of fellows. We welcome applications from CSU graduate students, CSU faculty and research scientists, and conservation practitioners. We plan to award fellowships to about 5 practitioners/faculty members and 8-10 graduate students.
San Diego State University researchers will lead a study of one of China’s national treasures and endangered species: The Guizhou snub-nosed monkey, often called the golden monkey.
Individuals and organizations can now take action on climate change while empowering Malawian smallholder farmers.
Today’s blog is from Edy Setyawan, a scientist with Conservation International (CI) in Indonesia. His post is part of a series chronicling a joint coral reef health monitoring trip in Raja Ampat, Indonesia with CI, The Nature Conservancy and WWF. Blogs from this assessment are being cross-posted on the Nature Conservancy’s Cool Green Science blog.
An integrated landscape in the works, the World Bank’s Sustainable Production Systems and Biodiversity Project is trying to meld biodiversity conservation with agricultural production. Its goals are to conserve and protect nationally and globally significant biodiversity in Mexico by mainstreaming biodiversity-friendly management practices in productive landscapes in priority biological corridors.