Nature Conservancy

Nature Conservancy

Welcome to Cool Green Science — the conservation blog of The Nature Conservancy!

You’ll find four things on this blog:

  1. Nature Conservancy scientists and experts talking about conservation issues of moment — everything from migratory birds to coral reefs to rainforests to the intersection between humans and nature — in our uniquely rigorous, science-based way.
  2. Links to interesting online news and features about the Conservancy’s work and opportunities to help support and engage more deeply with that work.
  3. Links to conservation news around the world.
  4. Your comments on the issues raised by our posts — constituting what we hope is a vigorous debate about the state of conservation and the future of our planet.

Recent content

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From China: Entrepreneurs, conservation and the future of the world

Fish and people on the edge: Why the Zambezi River looks OK, but isn't

Evening bat flights: One of nature's great spectacles

Choosing sustainable fish: Whose responsiblity is it?

Why do we fall in love with nature? And does it mean conservation is in trouble?

Yellowstone in China?

Indigenous lands conserved in northern Australia

From China: Earth first (mine the other planets later)

Skagit River: How farming and bird conservation help each other

It's time for environmentalists to stop crying wolf

Australia: Land of the unusual, or the homogenized?

Hoping for a hurricane? Coral reefs are

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