Every day, cities and towns across the country are working to implement practical, common-sense solutions to climate change. Tell us what solutions you’re seeing.
The massive Swiss-based company Nestlé appears committed to removing bad tree-cutting from the production process of all its products.
The sun-powered panels will heat water for the residential wing and provide some electricity, and is estimated to reduce the White House’s (and taxpayers’) energy bill by about $3,000 annually.
No matter how you slice it, Americans need to go on a carbon diet. Fortunately, taking measurable action isn’t hard.
We invite you to share your message for climate change action with The Nature Conservancy’s online community.
Climate change is causing glaciers in China’s northwest Yunnan Province — including a glacier on one of Tibetan Buddhism’s eight sacred mountains — to recede at a historic pace, according to findings by Nature Conservancy scientists.
But, nearly nine years ago, The Nature Conservancy received a warm welcome in the region, traditionally known as Lauru, when it responded to requests for guidance on protecting the community’s natural resources.
Micronesians, along with our other Pacific Islands neighbors, are among the lesser contributors to global warming, but we are at great risk from its negative impacts, especially rising sea levels and temperatures.
In a remote forest in Indonesia, The Nature Conservancy worked with indigenous villagers and an Indonesian logging company to halt a long-standing conflict and lay the groundwork for sustainable logging in this starkly beautiful area.
Father Andrew Roache, a Catholic priest and reef manager from St. Vincent and the Grenadines discusses climate change, the effect on the coral reefs of his island nation.
Daniel Tseleie is a climate change planner for Ecology in Canada and a member of a first nation community. He is collecting dramatic stories from Tlicho elders about how they are seeing climate change in the natural world around them.
Video: Musician Jewel discusses her concerns about climate change and the natural solutions to this global problem.
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.