Mongabay is a conservation and environmental science news platform that publishes original content in English, Indonesian, and Spanish. They aim to raise awareness about social and environmental issues related to forests and other ecosystems through their environmental news reporting and analysis as well as environmental education materials. Mongabay’s sites draw more than 3 million visitors a month.
Mongabay has grown into the world’s most popular rainforest information site and a well-known source of environmental news reporting and analysis. Today they draws more than 2.5 million visitors per month and publishes stories in half a dozen languages. It is commonly used as an information source by mainstream media, including The Economist, Bloomberg, National Geographic, and the Associated Press. They are also widely recognized as an accurate and trust-worthy source by civil society organizations as well as development agencies.
Over the years Mongabay’s impact has been substantial. Articles on the site have sparked protests in Madagascar against a French shipping company transporting timber logged illegally from rainforest reserves and helped block destructive projects like a plan to log 70 percent of Woodlark Island off New Guinea for a giant oil palm plantation. Their stories have influenced investment flows, including a decision to spare Cameroon’s rainforests from logging in order to win payments from the carbon market. Stories and photos have even inspired art.
Mongabay was formed to facilitate the development of new education and journalism initiatives and leverage its existing network, traffic, and reputation. Mongabay aims to raise awareness about social and environmental issues relating to forests and other ecosystems.
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