These women are creating climate solutions
These four women are helping to conserve the environment and find climate crisis solutions in their communities around the world.
Conserving the Congo Basin’s precious ecosystem
Learn how the United States is working with the private sector and nongovernmental organizations to help preserve the Congo Basin.
How ‘blood gold’ damages the Amazon rainforest in Venezuela
Illegal gold mining operations in Venezuela are destroying the Amazon rainforest, including Indigenous sacred sites.
See the land that tribes in the U.S. are protecting
Tribes, federal agencies, local governments and more are joining in the America the Beautiful Challenge to conserve land and nature.
Tiger populations are on the rise
Recent assessments suggest that tiger populations have risen by 40% around the world from what they were in 2010.
Biden’s first national monument teems with history and wildlife
President Biden has designated the Camp Hale–Continental Divide National Monument, which will protect over 21,000 hectares.
Combating nature crimes
The United States and Norway are helping create guidelines for how countries around the world can crack down on the illegal wildlife trade.
Understanding elephants improves conservation efforts
U.S. researchers are learning more about how elephants think and behave to help improve the chances of survival for these majestic animals.
The latest buzz about U.S. roads
Diseases, pesticides and habitat loss threaten wild pollinators like bees. Learn how a new U.S. grant program aims to reverse that trend.