Fiscal Sponsorship

iLCP

A benefit of membership with iLCP is being able to apply to have a project fiscally sponsored by the organization.  What is fiscal Sponsorship? iLCP, as a U.S.-based nonprofit, tax-exempt organization offers Fiscal Sponsorships for members who have a U.S.-based donor who wants to...

Celebrating 50 Years for the Endangered Species Act

iLCP

In December 1973, the United States took a monumental step towards preserving its rich biodiversity by enacting the Endangered Species Act (ESA). As we reflect on the past 50 years, it is crucial to underscore the enduring importance of laws protecting endangered species and contemplate the...

World Reptile Day Story Map

iLCP

There are over 10,000 species of reptiles worldwide, and 20% of them are threatened with extinction. Take a look at out new ESRI Story Map featuring the work of iLCP Photographers! Reptile Awareness Day 2023 There are over 10,000 species of reptiles worldwide, and 20% of them are...

The Beverly Joubert Collection

iLCP

iLCP Image Services is thrilled to announce that we now represent Beverly Joubert’s extensive collection of images! About Beverly Joubert: Beverly Joubert is a world famous, award-winning filmmaker, photographer, conservationists and a National Geographic Explorer. She co-founded the Big...

World Rivers Day

iLCP

September 24th is World Rivers Day. Celebrate the world's rivers on this guided map tour that takes you across the globe to highlight the beauty and life that rivers sustain. VIEW THE ESRI STORY MAP

Biodiversity through the Lens

iLCP

During a conversation with Senior Fellow Kevin FitzPatrick, iLCP delved into his involvement with the BioBlitz concept and how it has raised awareness about endangered species in relation to the pressing issue of climate change. READ THE STORY MAP

Man of the Forest

iLCP

New ESRI STORY MAP in partnership with Associate Fellow Maxime Aliaga. Read Here. 'Man of the Forest' A conservation story by iLCP Associate Fellow Maxime Aliaga

Don't Look Up, Look Around!

iLCP

Founding Fellow Michele Westmorland shares her insights on a life in conservation photography.

Roots of the Sea

iLCP

A new ESRI story map that explores how mangrove ecosystems are an integral life support system for our planet in honour of World Mangrove Day and in partnership with the Mangrove Action Project.

The Return of the Indian Cheetah

iLCP

A Photo story by iLCP Associate Fellow, Shivang Mehta, in collaboration with Dr. Y.V. Jhala (Wildlife Institute of India), Dr. Amit Mallick (National Tiger Conservation Authority), Dr. JS Chauhan (Chief Wildlife Warden, Madhya Pradesh)...

Sacred Bond

iLCP

As part of our partnership with the upcoming Wildscreen Festival in Nairobi, Kenya where Kartiki is the headliner, we have put together an Esri Story Map that speaks to the impact of Kartiki's Oscar Winning film, 'The Elephant Whisperers'.  Sacred Bond: How "The Elephant Whispers"...

iLCP & Wildscreen IG Live

iLCP

Tune in June 7th at 8:30 AM EST / 6:00 PM ISTfor iLCP's sInstagram live with Wildscreen featuring iLCP members  Kartiki Gonsalves and Aishwarya Sridhar! Join us for an engaging conversation between Kartiki and Aishwarya focused on local storytelling, mentorship, and career pathways in...

Struck Gold in Virginia

Dori Rathmell

"Almost eight decades after the closing of the last commercial gold mine in Virginia, and a month before the end of a seven-year battle against the interstate Atlantic Coast Pipeline, residents of Buckingham, Virginia (USA), began hearing rumors of exploratory mining and the possible revival of...

Join the iLCP Team!

iLCP

We are hiring an intern! Learn more and apply HERE

Huge Congrats to Associate Fellow Kartiki Gonsalves for her Academy Award at the Oscars!

iLCP

Congratulations to iLCP Associate Fellow Kartiki Gonsalves for her win at The Academy Awards last night!  This is an incredible accomplishment for Kartiki Gonsalves and everyone who worked on the The Elephant Whisperers.If you haven't watched it yet stream it now on Netflix.

Announcing our 2023 Application Cycle

iLCP

Announcing our 2023 Application Cycle! Learn more and APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP.

Watch Now: The Marine Action Partnership

iLCP

iLCP partnered with WildAid Marine and The Nature Conservancy to share how The Marine Action Partnership (MAP) for Sustainable Fisheries is working to stop illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing in The Bahamas. This powerful short documentary aired on Cable Bahamas and Flow TV...

Wildscreen Festival 2022

iLCP

iLCP was honored to once again be the official conservation partner for the Wildscreen Festival celebrating its 40th anniversary. As part of our partnership, iLCP created a virtual photography exhibition featuring the three finalists for the Panda Photo Story Award and the Emerging Talent. View...

The Wildscreen Panda Awards Photo Story Exhibit is Live!

iLCP

This exhibition features incredible stories nominated for the Photo Story Award at Wildscreen Festival 2022. These stories span four continents; South America, Australia, Africa and Europe, shining a spotlight on unique species and showcasing the dedication of the photographers, scientists and...

Congrats to the Jackson Wild Winners!

iLCP

Congratulations to Senior Fellow Carlton Ward Jr. and Emerging Leaguer Katie Bryden for their Path of the Panther film which named winner in the Ecosystem - Long Form category  - awarded to the film that most effectively explores a habitat and the interconnectivity of its unique ecosystem....

To Be a River -- New Esri Story Map World Rivers Day 2022

iLCP

Read our new Esri Story Map in honour of World Rivers Day 2022. An exploration of how indigenous perspectives on the 'rights of a river' may be our best hope for their protection from further destruction. Featuring images by Neil Ever Osborne, Jeff Foot, Garth Lenz, Chris Linder, Daniel Beltra,...

Wildscreen Festival 2022 Photo Story Award Nominations Announced

iLCP

Wildscreen Festival 2022 Photo Story Award Nominations Announced (THURSDAY 11 AUGUST 2022): Wildscreen has announced the nominees for the Photo Story Panda Award 2022 for its 40th anniversary edition.  The nominated works - Planktonium, by Jan van IJken, Fighting the Heat, by Doug...

New Emerging League Members Announced!

iLCP

Meet our new Emerging League Members! Read more about them below and check out some of their work on our Instagram. Fernando Faciole is a Conservation photographer based in São Paulo, Brazil, who also holds a BA in Biological Sciences. His work has led him to document many different...

The Monarch's Journey

iLCP

iLCP Photographers have documented every stage of the Monarch's journey. Explore our new Storymap to learn more about them and their conservation status! https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/3daa957c4da44d4b8a9e8f69919ca964

Historical rescue of caimans in Pantanal

Fernando Jara Faciole

As a result of a drought never seen in the last 50 years, Pantanal, the largest floodplain in the world has turned into a desert in September 2021. Along the MT-060 highway, Transpantaneira, few streams still have a minimum amount of water' survival for the species. During the last drought, one...

Saving Beauty

Christina Selby

Saving Beauty  The Saving Beauty project is an on-going collaboration to bring attention to rare and endangered plant conservation. The project uses visual storytelling to engage audiences and decision-makers in understanding the connection between native plants and their environment and...

Water Towers of the West

Christina Selby

Water Towers of the West Mountains, with their varied and isolated terrain, have long been a refuge for wildlife and plants and a place where new species are created. They hold 25% of the world’s biodiversity. Millions, if not billions, of people across the world depend upon the ice and snow in...

Taiamã Island

Christina Selby

Taiamã Island The Pantanal is the world’s largest wetlands located at the edge of the Brazilian Amazon. The ecosystem overflows with unique and fascinating species including its apex predator, the jaguar. Thousands of migratory birds converge here every year to feed and nest before heading back...

Ghosts of the Southwest Crown

Rob G. Green

High up in Montana's Southwestern Crown, an area of mountains, forests, and wilderness roughly the size of Delaware, lies remarkable wildlife. Researchers there have collaborated to conduct long-term studies on some of the rarest carnivores in North America––lynx and wolverine. The data they've...

Finding Stillness in Running Water

Rob G. Green

“Within the angling community, some claim that just stepping into a river sets their soul straight. Those who paint this romantic scene in their minds—all untrammeled and picturesque like the Disney version of a Norman Maclean novel—might not want to admit how much time they spend being...

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