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current conservation is a not-for-profit quarterly print and online magazine that works with scientists, science writers, and artists across the world to tell stories from the field of conservation in a manner that engages both scientific and non-scientific audiences.
topics we cover
- climate change
- human-wildlife interaction
- environmental policy
- indigenous communities
- wildlife conservation
- urban ecology
- water conservation
- environment and design
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We are a not-for-profit, open-access magazine committed to providing accessibility to our content.
As a non-profit, we don’t sell our magazine on newsstands. We rely on donations, and the goodwill of people committed to or interested in conservation and human-nature relationships.
When you donate to Current Conservation, you are directly supporting our work, by helping us pay our associate staff and freelancers, while helping us source the best stories to tell in conservation.
what people are saying
Tasso Leventis Professor of Biodiversity and Head of the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford, and Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science
Current Conservation is unique—a vibrant mix of art and science that combines creativity with rigour. The mix draws you in—you start by being tempted in by one article and end up reading all sorts of fascinating stories, and enjoying the wonderful original artworks. I love that it is both grounded in a place and a conservation community, and looking outwards to international readers and issues. Keep up the wonderful work, I’m sure you will go from strength to strength.
Writer, author and philanthropist
It’s been a pleasure to be a part of Current Conservation's journey from a Bangalore-based magazine to a publication that's making a global mark in conservation. The success of CC as a platform where 'art meets science' is evident with more and more conservation organisations opting to communicate their message through art. As a pioneer in this space, CC continues to make great strides.
Founder of the Madras Snake Park, ANET, and the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust
When the first issue of Current Conservation came out in July 2007 it was so pleasing to see an article about the herps of Little Nicobar nestled in with serious conservation writing from across the world and 50+ issues later CC continues to be a must-read update on vital subjects. Showcasing exciting talent, the magazine pioneered conservation art and design, enhancing the reading experience.
Vance G. Martin
President, WILD Foundation, Chairman, Wilderness Specialist Group (IUCN/WCPA)
We have an urgent job on our hands to protect life on Earth, and we need to communicate the issues and solutions in new ways. Current Conservation really understands this, and is a leader in conveying what we need to know in an innovative, engaging and effective manner. I like it!
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