Breathe it in. Is your air clean, or is it polluted? What might shock you is the real-time visualisations of the pollution in your area. In recent years a new […]
Plastic is everywhere. From our morning coffee, the packaging around bananas, the tags on clothes to children’s toys. What is truly shocking, however, is that it’s estimated only 9% of […]
President Obama has added two new national monuments in Utah and Nevada. These places are sacred tribal sites. In Obama’s time in office, he has created 29 national monuments, encompassing […]
Originally posted on MSc Biodiversity, Conservation, & Management Class Blog:
The migration has been going for almost two months now. Her legs are tired, the sun beats down, the rain…
Agriculture and biodiversity are becoming increasingly hard to reconcile with the growing world population. It has been estimated that food production may need to double by 2050 to feed the global […]
Today we celebrate 46 years of World Earth Day. Today, right now, we celebrate our Earth. As Carl Sagan once said ‘our planet is a lonely speck in the great enveloping […]
This week the world celebrated the International Day of Forests. Conservation International released a beautiful film highlighting the rampant destruction of the world’s forests.