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.
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.
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 […]
Check out the following article by Fraser MacDonald! It provides a fascinating discussion of ‘wild land’ and offers an insight into how our philosophical history has shaped our perception and […]
Originally posted on Grist:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a grassroots movement rarely catches the attention of the media until a car is on fire. There were several…
Let’s all strive to be hummingbirds! In this beautifully animated clip from Dirt! The Movie, Wangari Maathai tells an inspiring tale of doing the best you can under seemingly interminable […]
About the Author Mark Scherz is a herpetologist specialising in the reptiles and amphibians of Madagascar, and is a member of the IUCN Amphibian Specialist Group for Madagascar. His current […]
Please share and sign!! The last petition which I shared around facebook about the Tripa Peat Swamp Forest in Sumatra, gained enough signatures to help push the government to investigate […]
The Implications of Species Reintroduction Using the Case Study of the White-tailed Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla, L.) in West Scotland INTRODUCTION According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature […]