Video: Musician Jewel discusses her concerns about climate change and the natural solutions to this global problem.
Archive for September, 2010
Protecting nature can help protect vulnerable communities from the worst effects of climate change.
Emissions from deforestation are equal to all the cars, buses, trucks and planes operating today.
We need a global climate change agreement, and the U.S. must lead the way.
Over the course of his 20-year career in the logging industry, Bambang Wahyudi learned everything there is to know about conventional logging. He also saw the negative impacts of over-harvesting the forest—from the destruction of vital wildlife habitat to the impoverishment of local communities.
Orangutans are known worldwide as “the people of the forest” and the face of Indonesian conservation. Find out how carbon markets can help save this endangered species.
An experiment under way in the prairies of South Puget Sound this summer aims to shed light on the potential threats of climate change.
All around the world, we are seeing hotter hots, wetter wets and drier dries. These extremes, in turn, are resulting in destructive wild fires, choking air pollution, ravaging floods, lost crops, lost homes and lost lives.
Already, with the Conservancy’s help, more than 1,400 property owners in São Félix do Xingu have signed their farms up with the environmental registry in less than a year.