Oct 28, 2014
Hair Bands and Giant Trousers: A Lesson in How Little I Know About Bees
Oct 28, 2014
Hair Bands and Giant Trousers: A Lesson in How Little I Know About Bees
Oct 17, 2014

Life in the Great Barrier Reef

Oct 17, 2014

Life in the Great Barrier Reef

Oct 17, 2014
WWF’s Living Planet Report echoed on the Great Barrier Reef
Oct 17, 2014
WWF’s Living Planet Report echoed on the Great Barrier Reef
For decades, the Great Barrier Reef has enjoyed World Heritage Status and been synonymous with diving, tourism and with Australia. But in May of this year, UNESCO threatened to downgrade the Great Barrier Reef to the World Heritage ‘In Danger’...
Oct 9, 2014
Photographing the Global Reef Expedition: Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Oct 9, 2014
Photographing the Global Reef Expedition: Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
Sep 19, 2014
The Coral Triangle: Amazon of the Oceans
Sep 19, 2014
The Coral Triangle: Amazon of the Oceans
"The individuals in these images were the first people I met who had spent more time at sea than on land, and something in that resonated with me, so I ended up staying."
Sep 19, 2014
Transforming Indonesia's Manta Fisheries
Sep 19, 2014
Transforming Indonesia's Manta Fisheries
"Indonesia announced the creation of the world’s largest manta sanctuary in February 2014.[...] But this new declaration raises an obvious question – how will Indonesia make such a regulation effective?"
Sep 5, 2014
Energy East Pipeline: Risking Eastern Canada's Natural Heritage
Sep 5, 2014
Energy East Pipeline: Risking Eastern Canada's Natural Heritage
It is pretty clear why industry wants the pipelines, but how does the general population benefit and what are we giving up?
Sep 2, 2014

Wilderness: As It Was in the Beginning

Sep 2, 2014

Wilderness: As It Was in the Beginning

"To me, The Wilderness Act may be the most hopeful piece of legislation ever passed, based on one of the noblest ideas humanity has ever conjured."
Aug 26, 2014
The Last Spring: Protecting Florida's Manatees
Aug 26, 2014
The Last Spring: Protecting Florida's Manatees
In 2013 a record 829 manatee deaths were attributed to cold shock, underscoring the importance of these last few springs to this endangered mammal’s survival.
Aug 13, 2014
Conservation Photographers Support Photographer David Slater’s Copyright in Black Macaque Photograph
Aug 13, 2014
Conservation Photographers Support Photographer David Slater’s Copyright in Black Macaque Photograph
Oct 7, 2014

Moving Slowly to Capture the Swift Fox

Oct 7, 2014

Moving Slowly to Capture the Swift Fox

"It was difficult because they are mostly nocturnal, they live in holes in the ground, and their location changes all the time,"[...] "It’s like playing “Whac-A-Mole” at the county fair. It’s failure most of the time."
May 7, 2014

Protected Natural Area for Sale

May 7, 2014

Protected Natural Area for Sale

If negative press around the sale of Portland Bight Protected Area could influence whether tourists choose to visit Jamaica or take their vacations elsewhere, this just could tip the scales in averting an ecological catastrophe.
Apr 15, 2014
Michele Westmorland's Headhunt Revisited on National Geographic News Watch
Apr 15, 2014
Michele Westmorland's Headhunt Revisited on National Geographic News Watch
Apr 10, 2014
Asociación Mundial de Fotógrafos de Naturaleza Preocupados por Amenazas del Parque Eólico Chiloé
Apr 10, 2014
Asociación Mundial de Fotógrafos de Naturaleza Preocupados por Amenazas del Parque Eólico Chiloé
Feb 11, 2014
An Interview with iLCP Fellow Chris Linder
Feb 11, 2014
An Interview with iLCP Fellow Chris Linder
"I believe that people will ultimately make the right choices. The problem is, they may not even be aware of the issues. That’s where conservation photographers come in."
Jan 31, 2014

An Interview with Alexandra Garcia

Jan 31, 2014

An Interview with Alexandra Garcia

A great image will capture a story. If you asked our photographers, many would tell you that first and foremost they are storytellers. The photographs that they take do more than document the facts; they are a basis for a whole narrative.
Jan 8, 2014

An Interview with iLCP

Jan 8, 2014

An Interview with iLCP

"What drives all of our iLCP photographers, staff and partners, is a great passion for our planet and all of the beings upon it."
Jan 8, 2014

Kevin Schafer and the Pygmy Raccoon

Jan 8, 2014

Kevin Schafer and the Pygmy Raccoon

"This critically endangered species is tiny, adorable and found on just one island on the planet — with only about 500 of them left. So what are we doing to save them?"
Dec 10, 2013
Octavio Aburto's Close Encounter with Crocodiles
Dec 10, 2013
Octavio Aburto's Close Encounter with Crocodiles
"When I turned around, it was nearly over me, and I had to wedge my camera between the crocodile and myself. Although there was very little time to think about what was happening, I never felt that the animal would attack me."
Dec 6, 2013
iLCP Photos Help Save the Great Bear Rainforest
Dec 6, 2013
iLCP Photos Help Save the Great Bear Rainforest
“It doesn’t matter how many millions of dollars Enbridge may spend on ads, we know that our real wealth lies in clean, nutritious fish and sustainable coastal jobs.” – Luanne Roth, Prince Rupert resident