How Blue Dot Network certification will boost global infrastructure
The U.S. and global partners are creating an infrastructure certification process to drive investment to quality projects around the world.
International action has helped ozone layer recover
Thanks to international efforts, the ozone layer could completely heal by 2066. Learn more about this decadeslong work.
The U.S. works with partners to stop wildlife trafficking
Learn how the United States is working with countries around the globe to stop wildlife trafficking and protect ecosystems.
Conserving the Congo Basin’s precious ecosystem
Learn how the United States is working with the private sector and nongovernmental organizations to help preserve the Congo Basin.
See the land that tribes in the U.S. are protecting
Tribes, federal agencies, local governments and more are joining in the America the Beautiful Challenge to conserve land and nature.
Empowering fisherwomen in Madagascar and the Philippines
Learn how the U.S. Agency for International Development and its partners empower fishing communities in Asia and Africa.
Making the world’s case for water and biodiversity
Monica Medina is the first U.S. special envoy for biodiversity and water resources. She will champion nature protection measures abroad.
COP27 takes place in a moment of challenge and opportunity
The United States and more than 190 other countries are heading to Egypt for COP27 in November. Learn more here.
Biden’s first national monument teems with history and wildlife
President Biden has designated the Camp Hale–Continental Divide National Monument, which will protect over 21,000 hectares.