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Friday Photo #2: The Acacia

The Acacia is perhaps one of the most iconic of African trees, standing tall and proud..

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What was the best decision you ever made?

It’s well over two years now, since I returned from my last expedition with BSES, and I still can’t grow a proper expedition beard. ..

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The Amazon

Amazon… a single word can encompass so much that it’s difficult to know where to begin. The greatest river, the largest rainforest, home to 10% of all known species; but statistics and facts probably don’t do it justice..

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A Dartmoor adventure (with a purpose)

It’s unusual to see students out and about at 8am, especially on a Sunday. Most would be tucked up in bed after a heavy Saturday night..

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Is there really anything interesting about Pollen?

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I’m pretty keen on pollen, and it’s surprising that so little is known about something that is all around us every day. Last year I got the chance to begin a research project..

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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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B.S.E.S.

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The British Schools Exploring Society, is a youth development charity, based at the Royal Geographical Society, London.

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The world as you’ve never seen it before I

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In the last decade of the 20th century, it was estimated that 1.33 million km2 of forest was lost. Worldmapper manipulates that map of the world that we are all used to, reflecting the subject of interest.

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