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High-rise flamingos on a green, flowered roof

Now that spring has sprung, why not enjoy the season in bloom from an elevated vantage point, from a green roof? Green rooftops cover...

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Taking to the tropics

In an attempt to improve our understanding of how tropical forests will respond to increased atmospheric CO2 concentrations and climate...

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What's your poo worth?

As a society we are still learning the skills of recycling and living sustainably. It has been within my lifetime that widespread...

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Yasuni- biodiversity hotspot and the oil companies' dream

Yasuni in Ecuador is one of the most biodiverse locations on Earth and home to several indigenous tribes. However, for several decades...

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The versatility of oil palm- the peril of tropical forests

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Divest from dirty fossil fuels....or perish

Probably one of the more revered pieces of paper out there: an Oxford degree. But if Oxford University vetoes the divestment plea and...

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"Swans Only Other Animals Who Mate For Few Years, Get Scared, End Things, Then Regret It"

Just like humans, swans pair monogamously for a few years, then panic and break things off (only to be filled with immense regret). "

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Our feathered friends, the...dinosaurs!?

OK, apparently this isn’t exactly breaking news, but…wait a second, what? Dinosaurs had feathers? This changes everything! My whole...

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Slug invasion: the dangers of slugs and slug pellets

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Photographing the last iceberg

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The San Francisco...

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Crizzle, shivelight and goldfoil: recapturing the language of the landscape

A beautiful post by Robert Macfarlane in which he discusses the beautiful words people have created by inhabiting a landscape.

In...

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Species flourishing in urban areas

This article describes how some species have come to flourish in urban areas. With habitat destruction in their usual habitats animals,...

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Survival of woodland plants at risk from climate change

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Storytelling for Change: Banksy's take on War-Torn Gaza

Storytelling must not be peripheral to social movements – it must be at the center of revolutions. And who better to eloquently tell...

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