Research shows that increased management of existing protected areas could be a better investment for conservation than purchasing new land.
New science shows that community-managed protected are failing to protect two important reef fish species in the Solomon Islands.
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Can targeted, farm-level recommendations spark adoption at the scale needed to ensure the city of Nairobi a sustainable water supply? TNC scientists are experimenting to find out.
Meet the eels of New Zealand… they can climb ladders, live for 100 years, and migrate thousands of miles to an unknown spawning ground.
Darters, the native fish once belittled as “cold slimy things,” face a more hopeful future.
In the first rigorous, peer-reviewed study on water fund Return on Investment (ROI) for cities in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest, TNC scientists examine the Camboriú Water Fund and show that nature can be a cost-effective solution for improving urban water supplies and […]
The pike that ate an eagle. A cod that barfs up black ducks. And other true fish stories.
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New research shows that green space in cities could provide vital habitat for pollinators.