#Toyota has generously donated a truck to our Conservación México field office. With this truck, our lead scientist Jürgen Hoth is able to reach remote locations to study glaciers, habitats of endangered species like the volcano rabbit (a relative to Japan’s endangered Ryukyu rabbit) and the Sierra Madre Sparrow (one of Mexico´s most endangered bird species), and work with the local... View details ⇨
When Natasha Calderwood first visited the Peruvian Amazon on a research trip, she never expected to connect with the illegal loggers long villainized. When she realized how crucial it was to involve them in efforts to protect forests, it sparked her “aha!” moment — and inspired her career in conservation.
Last November, New Caledonia’s Néaoua Valley was hit by a devastating flood and landslides — causing massive destruction for the Houailou community. It turns out forest loss was a critical factor that contributed to the damage.
This week's photo is from California based renaissance man, Chris Burkard. Chris is an accomplished explorer, photographer, creative director, speaker and author. He works to capture stories that inspire humans to consider their relationship with nature, the latest of a long list of projects to do just this being his upcoming film "Under and Arctic Sky". A story on surfing some of the most... View details ⇨