The first month in the Netherlands and of MSc Forest and Nature Conservation at Wageningen University (WUR) is behind me. And what an interesting and illuminating month that was! About programme, people and Conservation.
The last instalment in my short series about environment writing. For now. I say this because recently, when I’ve been telling people about my imminent departure, everyone’s asking if I keep writing. And I usually say yes.
When I first heard about the show I was very excited. Hollywood finally giving climate change the treatment, yay! I really wanted to like it. And I did – to some extent.
Interview with Dr Birutė Galdikas, a world-renowned anthropologist, orangutan expert and conservationist.
In the previous post I rambled on how in my first year after graduating from ecology programme I’m trying my hand at writing and journalism. This part should be more about the writing itself and the topics I get to cover in my job. 4 separate but somewhat related stories.
Moss are cool – and can be used to produce electricity, believes Fabienne Felder, a creative strategist and designer from Switzerland. Together with collaborators, she has built a working radio, all powered by the energy harnessed from moss.
I plan to make this a series. Here’s a first part about my short writing career, mostly the whats. Recently we got an email from Edinburgh uni, our alma mater, […]
Yesterday I met up with a friend who spent her summer working in the US travelling from one fair and festival to another and selling fast food from kiosks. She […]
If you have been following us for a while (or at least through last week), you will know that four EcoPosters (Louise, Sara, Tabi and I) went to INTECOL 2013 […]
The third day of INTECOL 2013 is just about to start but here we give some of our thoughts on the first day’s sessions and the general themes that have […]