Thursday
Jul282016

An Environmentalists’ Guide To Living Off Grid

Not having to buy electricity from ‘The Man’ has always been an enticing thought; to live free with clean, self-generated energy. Off-grid living harks at getting back in touch with nature, being fully aware and respectful of your surroundings. Coupled with a shortage of housing, energy bills and global temperatures all on the rise, it’s no wonder people are setting forth to self-sufficiency.  

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Wednesday
Jul272016

QUIZ: Where Should You Travel To After Graduation?

You've spent the past few years almost solely focusing on coming out of university with a worthy degree and you can finally stop worrying as you've just graduated! But what happens next? Take our quiz and figure out where you should be heading now that you're no longer tied down by university...

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Tuesday
Jul262016

The 8 Signs That Prove You Haven’t Travelled Enough

So you think you’re now a well-seasoned traveler and you’re telling everyone around you that you’ve got the globe-trotting bug, but how do you know if you’ve definitely got it? Here are eight signs that show you haven’t actually travelled enough and that you need to get back out onto the road before you can truly claim to be a sufferer of wanderlust:

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Tuesday
Jul262016

Sea Turtle Egg Smugglers Busted, Shark Numbers Not What We Thought and Future of UK Solar Unclear: 18th July - 24th July 

Two of the world's most impressive species took a blow last week as a major turtle egg poaching effort was foiled in Malaysia, and a new study revealed the shocking true numbers of Great White Shark around South Africa. Also it could be lights out for the UK Solar industry. Here's your weekly news roundup:

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Monday
Jul252016

GPS Tracking Technology To Save Endangered Hawksbill Turtles

Sometimes it feels like the world is advancing at an unprecedented rate, but that isn’t always a bad thing and in this case it is actually very positive. In April, the Nature Conservancy and scientists in the Arnavon Community Marine Conservation area tagged ten endangered Hawksbills with GPS trackers and have been collecting data on them ever since.

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Friday
Jul222016

5 Best Species to See in Madagascar

Madagascar boasts one of the highest biodiversity rates on the planet and is home to roughly 150,000 endemic species! It would be near impossible to spot all of those species during a short trip to Madagascar, so we’ve done the hard work for you and narrowed down five species that we think you should definitely keep your eyes out for while you’re visiting the island!

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Thursday
Jul212016

Sustainable Energy’s New Frontier: The Ocean

Energy often goes hand in hand with power, in both senses of the word. However, the appearance of renewable and sustainable methods of producing energy from the earth’s natural forces is proof that with great power comes the potential to make a huge positive change to life as we know it.

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Wednesday
Jul202016

QUIZ: Which Orca Species Are You? 

Were you under the impression that the only Orca Species in existence was the killer whale that was made famous in the film 'Free Willy'? Well extensive research in recent years has proven that there are in fact a whole number of different Orca Species swimming about in our oceans! Take our quiz to find out which one you would be...

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Tuesday
Jul192016

Climate Cabinet Shake-up, Call For More Outdoor Classrooms and Corals Get a Close Up: 11th July - 17th July 2016

Last week has seen incredible innovations in marine science, a bid to introduce sustainability in schools by making outdoor and nature learning part of the UK cirriculum, and the latest (potentially worrying) post-Brexit happenings in regards to climate change. Here's your weekly news roundup:

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Tuesday
Jul192016

10 Reasons Why Solo Travel Is The Best Thing You Can Do

You know exactly where you want to go and you have the itinerary all planned out in your head, the only problem now is that you don’t have anyone to go with. Travelling alone doesn’t always have to be such a bad thing though, in fact it could end up being the best thing you ever do! Here are our 10 reasons why we think everyone should give solo travel a go...

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Monday
Jul182016

The Devastating Impact of Coral Bleaching 

The devastating coral bleaching event that is currently sweeping the globe and leaving devastated reefs in its wake is now set to continue through to 2017, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Friday
Jul152016

Top 5 Ways to Travel by Track

It’s an age old saying that sometimes the journey is better than the destination. So if all your exploring has turned your feet to stone (and you can’t afford a horse), you can take a load off on some of these. Here are the top 5 railway journeys.

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