Listen to a live panel discussion from New Orleans about how we can gather and invest in practical and effective ideas for building natural infrastructure into our coastal protection plans.
Earth Day is Monday. How will you celebrate? How about a picnic?
National Geographic photographer James Balog and his crew risk life and limb “Chasing Ice” to record in pictures the story of diminishing Arctic ice sheets. It’s not too late to see the film, but time may be running out for some of the glaciers.
From the timing of spring blossoms, to the fruit and nuts we can harvest, changes in our climate can have large effects.
Is it cool to be hip on climate? The World Bank thinks so… you can tune in via live feed to their awards event Friday for stories of climate change from around the world, told through award-winning video, music and photography.
President Obama has put climate change on the national agenda. Read excerpts from his State of the Union speech, and The Nature Conservancy’s response.
Manuai Matawai of Pere Village, Papua New Guinea, is realizing his dream of sailing the Pacific in a traditional outrigger canoe to spread the word about climate change threats to the people of island nations.
The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore interviews Mark Tercek, president and CEO of The Nature Conservancy, about investing in “natural infrastructure.”
American voters passed 46 out of 57 state and local funding measures for land and water conservation, underscoring bipartisan support for nature – and all of its benefits for people.
The devastating damage to the U.S. Northeast from “Superstorm” Sandy has thrust the issue of climate change into public discourse.
The Nature Conservancy is hosting Nov. 5 and Nov. 9 Washington, D.C. forums on strategies for reducing forest emissions while benefiting people who live in the world’s forests. Read today’s post to learn more and register to attend or watch via webcast.
The Nature Conservancy’s Frank Lowenstein is headed to Peru on an official visit as part of his fellowship with the Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas.
Colleagues and friends honored the legacy of Kenya’s Dr. Wangari Maathai by planting a tree in her memory at The Nature Conservancy’s garden in Arlington, Va.
During the recent Feast of St. Francis observance, many Catholic groups held screenings of an Academy Award-nominated film documenting the plight of islanders affected by climate change. Check out the trailer of the film “Sun Come Up” in today’s post.
In the next Into the Islands video adventure, Travel with Dan Ho to the island of Yap, where an aspiring marine biologist is keeping an eye on rising sea levels.
Himalayan glaciers may be receding, but a new study finds that changes to monsoons and snowmelt – as well as increasing pressure on groundwater – are more immediate concerns for local water supplies.
An editorial by two policy experts from The Nature Conservancy highlights the importance of making developing countries “ready” to deal with financing for climate change action.