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Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2014’

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Women in Conservation (and on Twitter)

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The only way we will tackle conservation issues successfully is with a diverse range of people from all walks of life, both men and women, from many different countries with many different skills…

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Behind The Scenes At The Natural History Museum

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A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to get a glimpse at the insect collections, behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum, London.

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28 Lessons Learned From Life

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In no particular order (and quite possibly laced with contradictions)

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How to.. Set Up A Conservation Blog

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Conservation is a great thing to write about, and for this reason I’m frequently get emails from people thinking of starting their own websites and blogs. To help answer their questions, I thought I’d share a few of the things I learn’t from setting up my own site.

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Botanic Gardens and Conservation

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I’m very much going to miss exploring the Palm House over lunch, browsing the Orchid collection and searching out plants I’ve never heard of in the gardens.

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Guest Blog For Summit Clothing

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A few weeks ago the folks at Summit Clothing asked for my opinion on a couple of interesting conservation and sustainability issues.

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Reynaldo – Rainforest Hero

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Winner of the UN Forest Short Film Festival Award And best short film at the UK green film festival!

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10 Things I Discovered From Exploring Lapland

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Reindeer, peach and blue cheese go great on a pizza.

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