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Eight Facts About the African Forest Elephant

January 15, 2017

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September 28, 2016

Is the Harambe meme harmless social commentary or have we lost sight of the
real issues?

It is 4 months since a small child fell into the enclosure of Harambe, a western lowland gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo, resulting in the shooting of the ape by a zoo worker in order to...

September 22, 2016

It seems the world is full of ambitious, empathetic individuals anxious to do their part for the environmental cause. Indeed, cloth bags, cycling, compostable utensils and organic foods have become downright trendy. Yet, the scene of conservation good-doing has become...

September 17, 2016

Snorkeling or diving around the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico you may come across the Lionfish, one of the most recognisable fish. At first glance a striking, beautiful and unique fish, yet with a relatively new, sinister threat to the fish populations of the area....

September 13, 2016

As anyone who’s ever spent time in an office will testify, team work can sometimes be something of an acquired taste. There are many types of relationship in the work place but whether it’s a debate about desks or an argument over annual leave, it’s fair to say there c...

September 10, 2016

What about it? It should hardly come as a shock when I say that vegetarians and vegans are often dismissed by meat-eaters for being too preachy. Whilst neither side is completely guilty, nor completely innocent, something does need to be said about how meat-free activi...

September 6, 2016

Deep below the surface of the ocean, countless marine creatures are being killed by an alien  presence. This predator, new to the scene, is being unleashed in increasing and alarming numbers. Its destructive capabilities are indiscriminate and virtually unlimited. It h...