We use the best available science, a creative spirit, and a non-confrontational approach to craft innovative solutions to complex conservation problems at scales that matter and in ways that will endure. New features are added regularly, so please check back often.
Science Saves the Day
Follow along with scientists who are documenting the freshwater biodiversity at proposed dam sites in Gabon.
Can conservation provide water for Cape Town during a time of drought?
Elephant movement data is helping the Kenyan government site big development projects.
This interactive map pulls together data from across the Great Lakes region.
Data shows that there has been a significant reduction in acreage ravaged by wild fires in Zambia.
The power of a healthy watershed for energy security in Gabon.
A new research program in northern Kenya investigates why giraffes are rapidly disappearing before our eyes.
We’re helping reduce carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 268,939 tons over the next 20 years in northern Tanzania.
How do you map 9,000-square-kilometers of Gabon's nearly inaccessible wetlands? Enter the drones ...
We're helping protect one-third of the Seychelles ocean, an area larger than the country of Germany!
Data from Africa's Urban Water Blueprint identifies Cape Town as a priority city for water conservation.
An aerial survey — part of the Great Elephant Census — provides new insights into Zambia's elephant populations.
We're working with Northern Rangelands Trust to measure conservation impact on human well-being in northern Kenya.
Scientists discover a new genus of weekly electric fish during a TNC expedition of Gabon's Ogooué River.
A view of climate change, health, and population dynamics in western Tanzania from an old friend.
New research finds a 35% decrease in poaching rates on community conservancy lands in just three years.