LDF Hosts 20th Anniversary Celebration, surpasses $100 million in total grant making
LDF hosted a 20th Anniversary Celebration to raise funds for its global environmental efforts to address climate change and protect biodiversity.
The search for survivors in a post-nuclear reefscape
What happens to coral reefs over 60 years after radioactive fallout? Greg Asner reports with Clare LeDuff from the Marshall Islands to find out.
Fossil fuels will peak in the 2020s as renewables supply all growth in energy demand
A new report shows that trillions of dollars are at risk as energy transition disrupts entire sectors.
Alaskan Inuit Community leads conservation project to help protect Bristol Bay from overdevelopment
WildArk joins forces with local Igiugig Community of Lake Iliamna and Alaskan conservation groups, to help protect some of the Bristol Bay watershed from development that threatens to destroy world’s largest wild Salmon fishery.
Landscapes are the operable unit for large-scale land conservation
A new national report - Pathways to Progress - details how people can work together to conserve nature across societal and geographic divides.
World's rarest ape threatened with extinction by hydroelectric dam
The world’s most endangered great ape population, the Tapanuli Orangutans, is in danger of being decimated by a proposed hydropower dam.
Lions return to Malawi’s Liwonde National Park as Majete’s population grows
African Parks has completed a series of lion translocations as part of wider efforts to restore Malawi’s parks; and for the first time in 20 years, a population of the iconic predators has been re-established in Liwonde National Park.
Are we racing towards Earth’s ‘Hothouse’ tipping point?
A shocking new scientific report shows that we are hitting the ceiling of the warmest conditions on Earth over the past 1 million years.
Tanzanian community wildlife management areas are successfully conserving wildlife
A new study found community-based wildlife conservation in Tanzania can quickly result in clear ecological success by benefitting giraffes and other wildlife species.
Could an ancient biblical flood be a sign of things to come?
Scientists find evidence of a tremendous fresh water flood into the western Arctic, thought to be the cause of an ancient cold snap.
Stronghold for community forest conservation is under threat in Guatemala
The remote Maya Biosphere Reserve in northeast Guatemala is the site of a dramatic, politically-charged situation which is currently unfolding at the highest levels of Guatemalan and American government, in corporate offices, and in the tropical forests of the Reserve.
Connect to protect
Connectivity is the safety network for biodiversity conservation.