Category Archives: Conservation

IUCN update

IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) has updated released the updated conservation staus of three headline species ahead of their September meeting; Bornean orang utan, whale shark and winghead shark. Bad news for all three with the updated

IUCN update

IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) has updated released the updated conservation staus of three headline species ahead of their September meeting; Bornean orang utan, whale shark and winghead shark. Bad news for all three with the updated

Hello again and #30DaysWild

lulovelock (https://lulovelock.wordpress.com/) has inspired me to return to this blog, with her amazing photography, particularly linked to #30DaysWild. It has been three years and a few things have changed I’ve married (Amy Norman now), moved house and I’ve gone from being

Hello again and #30DaysWild

lulovelock (https://lulovelock.wordpress.com/) has inspired me to return to this blog, with her amazing photography, particularly linked to #30DaysWild. It has been three years and a few things have changed I’ve married (Amy Norman now), moved house and I’ve gone from being

Saving the Oceans – Litter Burden

Excellent article on LiveScience highlighting the work of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup, which took place on Sept. 15, 2012. The amount of litter pollution that we contribute to the ocean is terrifying and every piece removed (or far

Saving the Oceans – Litter Burden

Excellent article on LiveScience highlighting the work of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup, which took place on Sept. 15, 2012. The amount of litter pollution that we contribute to the ocean is terrifying and every piece removed (or far

Designing a Conservation Science Poster

Just come across this excellent piece on how to create an inviting conservation science poster – though truely the key points apply to any academic poster. It’s always so difficult to cut down the text – but at the end

Designing a Conservation Science Poster

Just come across this excellent piece on how to create an inviting conservation science poster – though truely the key points apply to any academic poster. It’s always so difficult to cut down the text – but at the end

World’s First Vertical Forest

This has come from HuffPost, via I F*cking Love Science. I absolutely love the concept and I really hope that it works for the developers, and consequently lead to more being built in cities around the world. When talking about

World’s First Vertical Forest

This has come from HuffPost, via I F*cking Love Science. I absolutely love the concept and I really hope that it works for the developers, and consequently lead to more being built in cities around the world. When talking about

Kids say the funniest things

I am currently involved in delivering an after-school club that we developed this year to engage local children with the issues surrounding the environment and conservation. An integral part of this project has always been to comprehensively evaluate its impact

Kids say the funniest things

I am currently involved in delivering an after-school club that we developed this year to engage local children with the issues surrounding the environment and conservation. An integral part of this project has always been to comprehensively evaluate its impact

CITEs conference 2013 infographic

A really eye-opening inforgraphic highlighting many of the issues discussed in this years CITEs conference of the parties. I wanted to post this as soon as I got the blog running – but it has taken me this long to

CITEs conference 2013 infographic

A really eye-opening inforgraphic highlighting many of the issues discussed in this years CITEs conference of the parties. I wanted to post this as soon as I got the blog running – but it has taken me this long to