Blimey, now this was an impossible list to whittle down! The world is full to the brim of amazing landscapes and natural wonders, and what could be better that spending some time nestled amongst them. Well, with these incredible campsites, you can.
So much weight is put on us needing to be greener and more efficient with how we produce our power. Fossil fuels are depleting, the world is changing and the focus now needs to be on living sustainably. In steps solar, wind, hydro and a whole host of other renewable sources, but how effective are they?
We recently had Endangered Species Day then we had World Turtle Day, so now seems an appropriate time for you to put some thought into which species is the top of your to-help list.
We all know he classics; Thailand, Australia, South Africa, Vietnam, India and so on. They’re all worthy destinations, of course they are, or they wouldn’t be so popular. But this list is for those who want to try somewhere a little bit more obscure.
This week’s environment round up is dominated by one day in the calendar, and a pretty big one at that. World Endangered Species Day 2016. Running parallel, a new development in, of all things, people’s drinking that is aimed at protecting sea life had a viral spiral across the internet. So it’s safe to say, it was a pretty cool week.
In the last few years mankind has surpassed the seven billion mark in terms of our global population. This landmark was considered good and bad on many counts. We are though, still vastly outnumbered on this planet. Many creatures’ boast far higher numbers than our measly seven billion and these are some.
World awareness days rarely come in as big a form as Endangered Species Day. It’s a moment when all the examples of how disastrous the conditions of the world all stand to be counted at once. We see pictures from across the world of animals that, without our interference, would have no place to be mentioned on such a day.
Who doesn’t have a smart phone these days? Either by checking our friend’s latest updates, learning news or posting that last glorious selfie, we use apps all the time. They can be used for something more than just procrastination however. So here are the 10 best apps for travellers.
Sitting and pondering where to go to next? Got a few ideas but unsure which one to pick? Well this quiz will definitely help! Have a go and figure out which country to tick off your list next!
Another week has gone by and another week of interesting and important environment news. This week we’re looking at fishing, flying and flippin’ hot weather. Here’s your weekly Frontier environment news roundup.
Thanks to google maps, the days of the heroic and mythical explorers are somewhat over. The likes of Sir Ranulph Fiennes still boast that kind of reputation, but the history books tend to hold more of these legendary folks and here are just a few.
Here at Frontier we’re all about conservation. It is well known that humans have been responsible for the destruction of habitat and reduction of natural habitat for many of earth’s creatures...