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.
For aspiring conservationists, large sums of money with which to undertake field projects and research, can seem few and far between.
Geology rocks. With that out of the way, onwards to explore the surprising variety of citizen geo-science projects that you can get involved in.
You can help monitor phytoplankton in the worlds oceans by building a simple Secchi Disk and joining the Secchi Project.
The INTERACT network runs an arctic research blog. Here's the latest updates from field stations right around the Northern Hemisphere...
“Consider the nematode roundworm, the most abundant of all animals. Four out of five animals on Earth are nematode worms — if all solid materials except nematode worms..
Articles from scientists around world, working in remote and challenging locations. Which is your favorite?
"The urge to explore a wilderness is inseparable from the desire to help save it." - Michael Fay
A new year and a new expedition.
Sometimes, it takes a very bold approach to bring the issue home.
Stand in the right place. Shoot at the right time. Share it with the world.
and if you put them together, this is what it boils down to.