As Ghana weighs the economic benefits of mining bauxite for aluminum, multi-billion-dollar global companies respond to the community groups calling for the protection of key biodiversity area, Atewa Forest.
NatureServe’s Director of Biodiversity Indicators Program, Mike Gill, collaborated with researchers from China and Germany to complete a pivotal study in the leading international journal Nature Ecology & Evolution, analyzing why the world continues to fall short in reaching its global biodiversity targets.
America the Beautiful is a locally-led and voluntary nationwide conservation goal to conserve 30 percent of U.S. lands and waters by 2030. NatureServe data are fundamental to any science-based effort to expand effective conservation in our country.
NatureServe is excited to announce the launch of its first podcast series, Conservation Conversations with Sean O’Brien. Hosted by NatureServe’s President & CEO, Dr. Sean T. O’Brien, each episode will feature an exclusive interview with a leading expert in the conservation field.
A study conducted by NatureServe and published in PLOS ONE yesterday documents the loss of ecosystem diversity across the Americas and that terrestrial ecosystems are widely underrepresented in protected areas.
Last year, in collaboration with the UN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre and the global Biodiversity Indicators Partnership (BIP), NatureServe launched the BIP Dashboard, a game-changing, interactive online tool that visualizes trends over time in critical indicators of biodiversity and ecosystem health.