As I've said many times before (probably to justify why [...]
It's an exciting time to be alive. It's an exciting time to be a conservationists.
I spent the last hour chatting to students from classrooms across North America, and I'm still buzzing! I was invited by Joe Grabowski who runs Exploring By The Seat Of Your Pants.
This week I'm really pleased to be sharing an opportunity to work with Action for Conservation, a dynamic UK charity whose exciting approach to conservation I really support.
Today, I'm really exciting to be fulfilling a long time dream and heading out to the island of Borneo.
If you find yourself in Yerevan on the weekend, then head down the the bustling Vernissage.
Perhaps the most unexpectedly enjoyable part of our visit to Armenia, was the singing fountains in Republic Square.
The INTERACT network runs an arctic research blog. Here's the latest updates from field stations right around the Northern Hemisphere...
I am writing from the banks of Loch Ness en route ever further North, to the very top of our Island. Come September, John O Groats will mark the starting point for one of the largest collaborative fundraising challenges the nation has ever seen.
From the moment I arrived at HMS Raleigh naval base, I got the feeling that they had something rather special planned for us..
A few months ago I sat writing an essay entitled 'Why Captain Scott is important to me'. I'm glad I did, since then I've been lucky enough to become involved with the International Scott Centenary Expedition..
This is what 9.07 billion people looks like, the prediction for 2050. In this brave new world 62% of the population will live in Africa, Southern and Eastern Asia. Notice Russia, South America and Australia as they shrink in comparison.