James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

Kyrgyzstan, Discontent, Failure and Memory Maps

Once a month I try to post an article with a collection of the conservation and expedition articles that I’ve enjoyed reading. This month, I think these are most worth looking at, take a look and let me know which is your favorite.

1. Visit To The Fruit And Nut Forests Of Kyrgyzstan – Fauna & Flora International

2. Interview With Alastair Humphreys – The Great Discontent

3. 22 Animals You Didn’t Know Exist – ViralNova

4. What You Get When 30 People Draw a World Map From Memory – The Atlantic

5. Failure and Entrepreneurial Environmental Solutions – Dom Hall

6. Frogs singing in Malaysian swamp at dusk judged to be ‘most beautiful sound in the world – Treehugger

Lastly, I know it’s not new, but this is my favorite photo…from Grist.

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