North America has been relatively insulated from the effects of the global water crisis–until now. Here we offer some in-depth articles that help explain the underpinnings of the droughts and shortages that have begun to manifest here at home.
Isn’t it great to think you can visit a beautiful place and know that you are helping to conserve local ecosystems and provide decent incomes to the people who live there? We think so, too! Here we share some highlights of our work in sustainable tourism
The Rainforest Alliance’s new Student Spotlight Contest celebrates student projects that promote sustainability on college campuses.
Under the new Environmental Protection Agency ruling known as the Clean Power Plan, power plants will be required to cut emissions by 32 percent from 2005 levels by 2030. Our climate expert Jeffrey Hayward explains why the plan is so important
A group of eight farms recently became the first watermelon and cantaloupe producer in Costa Rica to achieve Rainforest Alliance certification. SFG Dulce S.A. general manager Susan Hoekstra describes the group’s journey to sustainability