Friday
Feb242017

Top 5 World  Ruins

The ancient world has fascinated us for hundreds of years as an enigmatic window into the past. There are many places around the world that still tether us to this ancient time, and give us a sense of the origins of our own civilisations.

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Thursday
Feb232017

Energy Poverty: Bridging The  Gap

While Solar Energy may be taking off in many parts of the world, there are some places that are being left in the dark.

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Wednesday
Feb222017

QUIZ: Where Should You Visit In South America?

Collectively South America holds some of the most biodiverse habitat and vibrant cultures in the world. Take this quiz to find out which South American country you should visit:

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Tuesday
Feb212017

Top 5 Cities For Studying  Abroad

There are many factors to consider when choosing an institution to study at but one of the most important details is location. For those that are brave enough to leave their home country, picking one of these cities may mean never wanting to return.

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Monday
Feb202017

Top 5 Unique Rainforest  Species

Rainforests are the earth’s oldest living ecosystems. Although they take up just 6% of the earth’s surface, half of the world’s plant and animal species live in them. With such high levels of biodiversity, many wonderfully unique creatures have been discovered. Here are five of the best!

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Friday
Feb172017

World Whale Day 2017: An Update On Mass  Strandings

In recognition of world whale day tomorrow this article covers one of the stranger and sadder phenomenon in the cetacean world; mass strandings.

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Thursday
Feb162017

Go Green Week 2017: 3 Ways To Go  Green

Being more eco-friendly can be daunting, which is why many people turn a blind eye. As this week is Go Green Week around the UK, we thought it would be suitable to suggest just 3 simple things you can do to be much more eco-friendly that won’t shake up your life.

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Wednesday
Feb152017

Which Penguin Species Are  You?

Are you a tough and independent Emperor Penguin living in the icy cold snow or are you more suited to the hot rays on an island with the other Galapagos Penguins? Take the quiz to find out which penguin species you really are!

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Tuesday
Feb142017

5 Animals That Mate For  Life

This Valentine’s Day, we’re looking into the animals that love for life. It’s not often you see a pair that last forever, especially not in the animal kingdom. But for these five animals, monogamy isn’t just a choice; it’s a force of nature. Maybe some humans could learn a thing or two from these lovers.

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Monday
Feb132017

DARWIN DAY: Top 5 Living  Fossils

Safe to say Charles Darwin is most famous for his contributions to the theory of evolution. There are creatures still alive today that have barely changed throughout natural history. Here are 5 species that have stood the test of time.

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Friday
Feb102017

Top 5 Cities For Teaching  Abroad

Working abroad is a dream of many. Challenging, but reaping with rewards. But where are the best cities to place yourself if you want to teach? From Europe to Oceania, here’s a list of the Top 5…

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Thursday
Feb092017

Disease Developments In  2017

Viruses and bacteria are associated with the destruction they bring, but the start of 2017 has already seen multiple groundbreaking revelations on viruses, with areas of influence ranging from modifying gene expression and drug engineering, to vaccine development and causes of obesity.

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Wednesday
Feb082017

QUIZ: Which Japanese Forest Should You Live In?

For many people a life in the leaves is the perfect lifestyle. There are many types of forest throughout Japan, each one providing the perfect surroundings for different personalities, so which one should you live in?

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Tuesday
Feb072017

The Silencing Of Environmental  Media

Climate change is one of the largest threats to national, social and economic security of our time but instead of being treated as such has become a partisan issue in the U.S. The Republican Party has long contested climate change, but now it seems the subject isn’t even up for discussion… 

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Monday
Feb062017

5 Most Endangered Penguin  Species

There are eighteen different types of penguin species all together. Thirteen of these are classified as vulnerable, near threatened or endangered. But which are in most need of conservation?  Here’s a list for you to find out…

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