African Swine Fever (ASF) is spreading across Europe in the midst of an epidemic. Outbreaks are being recorded in countries that have never had cases before, and there has been […]
The 12th of August 2018. An uneventful cloudy Sunday for most, but for a select few today is the most anticipated of the year: ‘The Glorious Twelfth’ signals the start […]
Over the last few years, I have spent a lot of time on the internet arguing with sceptical Republicans about climate change. I often do it in the Facebook comment […]
Less than 1500 years ago, it was not uncommon to find wolves, bears, and lynx stalking through the shadows of primordial British forests. Now, following the revelation that wild Lynx may be making a return to British soil for the first time in 1300 years, it is time to consider whether or not there is still a place for these remarkable predators within Britain.
We live in a world where visual content is seen to influence all forms of industry. Thanks to advances in technology, individuals can now capture and create photos and videos […]
Coffee cultivation in shade-grown plantations, where coffee bushes are grown underneath a forest canopy, may be potentially valuable for frog conservation. As a famous frog once said, ‘It’s not easy […]
Meet the saiga antelope (Saiga tatarica). Currently categorised as Critically Endangered (1), this distinctive looking species has become the poster-child for the ‘conservation optimism’ movement (1). The charismatic species has […]