Monday
Jan162017

The Ugly Side Of Animal Tourism

We all have fond memories of seeing some wonderful creatures up close at zoos and other attractions, but some of the most popular animal attractions are having a devastating impact on wildlife and illegal trade...

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Friday
Jan132017

Top 5 Celebrity Activists

Life in the spotlight has been considered a curse, but it can also give people and causes a voice that otherwise goes unheard. Here are 5 celebrities who have used their fame as a platform to advocate sustainability, climate action, indigenous rights, transgender awareness and women's rights.

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Thursday
Jan122017

Into The Wild Meets: Karen Darke 

Karen Darke is a full time athlete with the British Para-Cycling team, she is also a self confessed adventurer and inspires buisnesses, organisations and schools through her speeches around the globe. We interviewed her to find out more..

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Wednesday
Jan112017

QUIZ: What Adventure Project Should You Join This Spring?

Want an adventure to escape the January blues? Let Frontier show you where you should be testing your limits this Spring

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Tuesday
Jan102017

Should We Eat Turtles?

Green turtles used to be abundant in the Atlantic until they were overexploited by mariners for food. Although classified as endangered green turtle meat is still a delicacy, but a controversial strategy from the Cayman Islands may help preserve the remaining wild population...

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Monday
Jan092017

What Makes Up Your Makeup? 

Have you ever stopped to wonder what's in your makeup and beauty products? Our guest writer Amanada Brown investigates and lets you know how you can switch from toxic chemicals to eco-friendly, natural products.

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Thursday
Jan052017

Top 10 Female Adventurers

From the original David Attenborough, a polar bear fighting pilot, the shaper of Iran and the creator of the first National Day of Adventure, Frontier breaks down the Top 10 most inspiring female adventurers!

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Wednesday
Jan042017

The 3 R's Of Animal Testing

With potential new drugs being tested rocketing each year, the time for a drug to reach the market taking 10-15 years, the cost of drug development increasing and the higher use of animals for animal testing, Frontier asks: is animal testing really viable?

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Tuesday
Jan032017

QUIZ: Do You Know Your Rain Forest Species

Test your knowledge of rain forest species, most are from Costa Rica and seen on our Costa Rica Big Cats, Primates and Turtle Conservation project.

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Tuesday
Jan032017

Top 5 Most Useful Languages To Learn

Learning a language can be difficult but it is well worth the effort as it can improve your career prospects and allows you to live in other countries with ease. We list which languages can be the most useful to learn.

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Friday
Dec302016

Top 10: 2016 What We Learned

2016 has seen some bizarre and some wonderful turns of events. With increased tensions between nations and the continued war in Syria, there doesn’t seem much to be happy about this year. That’s is why Frontier is here to give you some reasons why 2016 has been an educational and uplifting year!

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Thursday
Dec292016

How To Cut Down Festive Food Waste

When this time of year comes around it seems holiday spirit is quantified by how much food you can share with those you love, but this does result in a lot of food waste; around 7million tonnes a year in the UK, costing £12.5bn! Here are some toptips to minimise your festive food waste.

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Wednesday
Dec282016

The Conservation Status Of Christmas Wildlife

Colder weather is no problem for well adapted winter species around Christmas time, yet light pollution, climate change and hunting all threaten the species that we usually associate with the festive season. But there are also conservation success stories...

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Friday
Dec232016

Frontier's Science Report 2016

2016 has had highs and lows for the environmental movement but Frontier will continue making our contribution to science through our Group Projects in Madagascar, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Fiji, Tenerife and Belize! Here is a round up of our scientific achievements abroad.

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Friday
Dec232016

Standing Rock: A Year Of Solidarity

Four words have resonated through 2016, summing up one of the most prominent environmental demonstrations in history. The North Dakota Access Pipeline violated the indigenous rights of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, attracting thousands of protesters to stand in defiance...

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