When Ecuador asked the world for $3.6 billion to not drill for oil, the world balked. But in terms of reining in carbon, Ecuador may be on to something.
How to defuse the population bomb: Provide people with a steady diet of soap operas and reality TV shows that depict modern, urban lifestyles.
Wildlife premiums incentivize conservation in rural communities
People in Wisconsin have become more afraid of wolves
Pastoralist PR is dreadful. In the classic cautionary tale, communal land ownership inevitably leads to overgrazing. But maybe the story’s got it wrong.
When the super-wealthy scoop up huge plots of land worldwide, what’s left behind? Gaia Vince reviews The Land Grabbers by Fred Pearce
Fishing regulations vastly reduce sea turtle deaths
Jon Christensen reviews Rambunctious Garden by Emma Marris.
In protected areas across the planet, locals are waiting for the benefits of conservation to improve their lives. And waiting and waiting… By Fred Pearce.
When a fast-talking Israeli journalist became both father and sole enforcer of Cameroon’s wildlife-trafficking laws, he lifted the veil from the taboo subject of corruption in conservation.