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Thin Ice? No Ice.

In 2007 I was lucky enough to travel to the Svalbard Archipelago in the Norwegian Arctic where I took this photo. Back then even in...

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Lack of funding for long-term ecological studies

For over 40 years Tim Birkhead has studied the guillemot population on Skomer Island. Now the project is threatened by a withdrawal of...

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Only 6 White Rhinos Walk The Earth

With the death of the last white rhino considered young enough to mate, the world is down to only 6 white rhinos as of October 21...

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Not if you were the last rhino on Earth

Yesterday I read two news events with disbelief - that graffiti artist Banksy had been arrested, and that there are only 6 northern...

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A world without mosquitos

When I was younger I wanted mosquitoes to be wiped off the Earth. As I got older I realised that all creatures have a part to play in...

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Uncertainty doesn't equal ignorance

I find it fascinating just how enraged and impassioned people can get over climate change. After all it really is basic Earth system...

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From inside the UN Chamber: ambitious and encouraging climate pledges

As an actor he pretends for a living. He plays fictitious characters often solving fictitious problems. Sound bites of Leonardo di...

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Tracking deforestation

Undercover Greenpece activists attached GPS trackers onto logging vehicles in order to track logging roads and detect deforestation in...

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World's first "solar battery"

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Burning Rhino Horn

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

Beautiful autumn pictures this week.

Banded demoiselle insects covered in morning dew, Hertfordshire, Britain. The bugs are unable to fly while covered in dew, so perch on...…

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Veggie might: vegetarianism goes gastronomical

Alain Ducasse, a doyen of French gastronomy, one of only two chefs to have held a total of 21 Michelin Stars, is redefining haute...

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Another dramatic impact of climate change

“The walruses are telling us what the polar bears have told us and what many indigenous people have told us in the high Arctic, and that...…

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All creatures great and small

This study demonstrates a fact that should be obvious to most; that all species in an ecosystem, no matter what their size, serve an...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

Beautiful images this week.

Monarch butterflies fill the frame in this snap taken at a site in Mexico. The butterflies migrate from the US and Canada to Mexico for...…

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Epic Climate Change Revolt: The Great Walrus March of 2014!!

If all the UN Climate Change Summit speeches by movie stars, all the scientific research and Greenpeace movements against global...

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Mixed results from the Energywiende

Having worked for a utility, I know firsthand the difficulty in changing how such big entrenched monopolies operate. The quote from RWE...

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Living Planet Report 2014: The alarming size of our ecological footprint

The newly released Living Planet Report has stated some striking figures. Not only does it reveal that vertebrates have declined by...

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