Current Conservation communicates conservation-related issues and science in an accessible manner to a wide audience. Our magazine carries the latest in research concepts and news from both the natural and social science facets of conservation, encompassing ecology, wildlife biology, conservation biology, environmental history, anthropology and sociology, ecological economics, and related fields of research. Our articles are illustrated with uniquely stylized artwork, info-graphics and photographic images from contributors across the world. With writers and contributors from diverse disciplines, each issue carries as much variety in content. The magazine targets interested members of the general public, who can subscribe to the hard copy for a nominal fee. We publish one issue each quarter; all our content is also freely available online.
Current Conservation is published by an informal alliance of organisations to promote interdisciplinary research in conservation and to foster communication among scientists, students, resource managers, educators and policy makers.