Tag: conservation

What we learned at IUFRO Stockholm 2024

Every year in March, Indigenous rangers team up with scientists and the Australian government to monitor and protect the great desert skink.

Eight of the most awe-inspiring wildlife photographers to connect with nature, support conservation and just enjoy in 2024.

As Gabon closes in on a $500 million debt-for-nature swap, here’s how the West African nation is leading the world in biodiversity conservation.

As India marks 50 years of Project Tiger, its growing wild tiger population is triggering human–tiger conflict and land use debates.

Tropical forest archaeologists are digging up new learnings from ancient Amazon Indigenous civilizations that can inform modern law.

Dr. Severin Kalonga, Lead at the WWF Forest Landscape Restoration in Africa Initiative reflects on his journey in the conservation sector.

In Africa and beyond, essences of colonialism in environmental conservation have become a human rights issue.

Around Mount Kenya, Milka Musyoki, a project officer from Nature Kenya, is weaving a female legacy into forest conservation.

Wildlife Conservation Society Assistant program director Vicky Mbofu shares on her work restoring Tanzania’s Southern Highlands.

Words and photos from legendary marine biologist Edith Widder.

Our pick of this year’s top stories on Landscape News about conservation and restoration.

Alice Reisfeld and team are ushering in an ecological renaissance through food forests in the world’s most imperiled tropical habitat.

Global assessment aims to catalogue all tree species and their conservation status in order to inform restoration action.

Dozens of experts explain the current state of Central African protected areas, from management to mining and everything in between