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.
Southern pied babblers (Turdoides bicolor) are well known in the Kalahari for making a racket! But what are they saying to each other? Researchers at the Pied Babbler Research Project are finding out…
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.
Written by Edward Lewis, 4th year undergraduate studying Ecological Science (Forestry) at the University of Edinburgh. Likes everything and anything to do with woodlands. What do you do? This ubiquitous […]
The following article is a continuation of The Use of Traditional Knowledge in Development Contexts: Challenges and Opportunities Part 1. Local knowledge systems are increasingly being recognized by development organizations, NGOs […]
I met Serge Marti at a Practitioner and Research Mixer organised by the School of Geosciences at the University of Edinburgh last November. He very kindly agreed to answer some […]
The fact that an awareness that “technologically sophisticated societies arose” in the Americas in advance of European development has only recently come to light means that indigenous lifeways and knowledge […]
This is our 100th post, and since our first what an exciting journey it has been! We have had over 12,000 views from 111 different countries. Most importantly, we have […]
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 […]