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Monday
Sep222014

All Creatures Great and Small

Why is it important to not neglect larger animals in an ecosystem when directing conservation efforts?

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Friday
Sep192014

March for change: UN climate summit awaken the streets

New York is the place to be these coming days, especially if you are looking to express your opinion about the current environmental situation in the world. People’s climate march will take off on the 21st of September

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Friday
Sep192014

Time for a healthy diet: Feed 7 wonders with joy

Sea air never fails to blow the cobwebs away from a busy mind or a tired body; there’s something magical about the ocean that many of us feel whenever we take a day trip to the coast. 

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Thursday
Sep182014

Do you suffer from wanderlust?

Usually when we hear the word ‘disease’ we instantly think of something dangerous, a force that seeks to destroy us, but as a patient who suffers from wanderlust – life isn’t bad at all. Are you one of them?

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Wednesday
Sep172014

The rage against mortality: 8 animals that outlive humans

For decades, human-beings have been fascinated by the prospects of being young forever, wandering around the earth in all eternity without wrinkles – a dream that are miles away from reality.

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Tuesday
Sep162014

Africa: Climate change adaptation could improve the lives of millions

A recent UN report suggests that environmental efforts do not have to be separated from development work – it can help promote the livelihoods of 65 percent of Africa’s population, a place where millions of people depend on agriculture as their living.

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Monday
Sep152014

Seeking Adventure

Some 60 thousand years ago human beings began migrating from Africa. 10’s of thousands of years later, human civilisation in all its varying forms cover the globe. What drove them to begin their epic journey, can only be speculated upon.

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Friday
Sep122014

Do I really need that? A brief guide to travel vaccinations

Everyone loves holidays, but no one likes a needle; Trypanophobia, the fear of injections, is as common as it is inconvenient, affecting 1/10 of the population. 

 

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Thursday
Sep112014

Zeal for Seals

Mostly in Canada and Norway, hunters kill many seals because they are paid per animal. Younger seals, from 14 days to 1 year are the most popular. The trade of this species holds up the hunt. To fight this and to preserve the seals, the European Union wanted to act.

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Wednesday
Sep102014

Vexed about T. Rex

The Tyrannosaurus rex is probably the first dinosaur people think of right? It has been celebrated as an icon for prehistoric wildlife for decades and with films such as Jurassic park, its popularity has only grown.

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Tuesday
Sep092014

Into the Wild Meets: Kate Jordan

Kate Jordan is the owner of thelotuscreative.com, a blog about travel, design and just everyday life! We asked Kate a few questions about her blog and lifestyle, and here’s what she had to say.

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Monday
Sep082014

Words come to life

There’s nothing quite as evocative as a beautifully written description of a wildlife encounter or animal. Sometimes wildlife comes to life in the written word when an author’s artistry manifests on the page.

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