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What Will Conservation Look Like In 50 Years?

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It’s an exciting time to be alive. It’s an exciting time to be a conservationists.

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Using Google Hangout to get Conservation in the Classroom

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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.

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Action for Conservation Workshop Leaders

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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.

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QMUL Tropical Ecology & Conservation Field Course

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Today, I’m really exciting to be fulfilling a long time dream and heading out to the island of Borneo.

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The Vernissage (where we almost bought a puppy)

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If you find yourself in Yerevan on the weekend, then head down the the bustling Vernissage.

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Yerevan’s Singing Fountains

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Perhaps the most unexpectedly enjoyable part of our visit to Armenia, was the singing fountains in Republic Square.

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Arctic Research Bloggers

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The INTERACT network runs an arctic research blog. Here’s the latest updates from field stations right around the Northern Hemisphere…

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The Scott Scholarship Sledge Pull [Reccy!]

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.

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Havoc (Part 1)

From the moment I arrived at HMS Raleigh naval base, I got the feeling that they had something rather special planned for us..

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Keeping Scott’s Promise

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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..

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The world as you’ve never seen it before II

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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.

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Spur of the moment sponsorship

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I’ve been extremely lucky to be sponsored by a number of great organisations. Without them, I wouldn’t have had the experiences I’ve had, and I probably wouldn’t be writing this article..

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