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...
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.
A few weeks ago the folks at Summit Clothing asked for my opinion on a couple of interesting conservation and sustainability issues.
Interested in conservation? Here's 100 of the best conservation related Twitter accounts, including official organisations, scientists, campaigners, journalists, photographers and news sites.
Scotland, Lapland, Fieldwork, Walking the Tube, Liquid nitrogen and other adventures from 2013.
I like to show people places that they have never heard of, and beautiful animals they didn't know existed. I feel really lucky to have that opportunity.
One-third of the world's wild nature has been lost since I was a child and first heard the word 'conservation'. That's what keeps me awake at night.
Tucked away in the gorge behind the imposing Narikala fortress, is a remarkable hidden gem.
Anyone who knows me or reads this blog, will probably know how much I hark on about the joys of science and adventure.
Science and adventure go hand in hand. In the same way that you don't need to fly to the other side of the world, climb mountains or row oceans to have an adventure. You don't need to lead an expedition to the depths of the unexplored amazon to do science.
I was mainly studying plants, but couldn't help packing a camera trap on the off chance of catching something exciting.
When you graduate, a lot of people tell you that you need to join the real world. That you can’t necessarily expect to enjoy work because it’s work.