Wednesday
Aug232017

Is Green Air Travel  Possible?

Air travel: once coined as the “biggest carbon sin” by the New York Times, the most popular form of transport is responsible for emitting particulates and gasses that contribute to climate change and global dimming. But could a green alternative be on the horizon?

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Tuesday
Aug222017

5 Coolest Animal Myths 

For centuries, animals have been at the forefront of mythological stories from cultures all around the world. From shape-shifting monkeys to enchanting manatees, there is an abundance of stories behind almost every member of the animal kingdom. We give you five of our favourites!

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Monday
Aug212017

How to find cheaper flight tickets 

There is only one rule when booking flights…shop around! Air travel is a big commercial business, everyone is trying to undercut their competitor and get bums on seats. There is no reason in 2017 to be paying too much for flights thanks to the Internet.  Here are some tips to get the best deals on your next trip.

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Monday
Aug212017

Top 10 Tips For  Camping

Camping allows you to let go of all your troubles for just a little while. There’s just something about being out in nature that is so calming. That being said, if you don’t plan properly, it might not be a bed of roses. Here are ten tips to help you get the most out of your camping experience.

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Friday
Aug182017

5 Nomadic  Cultures

With urban populations on a definite rise and the increasing international modernisation, sometimes it’s easy to forget about the continued existence of nomadic cultures. Dealing with the threat of climate change, industrialisation and the pull of technology, such traveling peoples face an uncertain future.

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Thursday
Aug172017

A Brief History of  Environmentalism

Environmentalism isn’t a product of the post-War era and most certainly isn’t limited to Europe and America. Though considered a new concern, an interest in the environment existed centuries before the modern age. Read on to learn a brief history about this fascinating and consistently current theory!

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Wednesday
Aug162017

Can We Guess Your Next Trip Based On Your  Eco-Knowledge?

Think you know your Arctic Ice Cap from your Tundra Biome? Test your eco-knowledge and we'll guess which project is your next!

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Tuesday
Aug152017

Top 5 Cities To Visit In  Africa

With over 54 countries, Africa is a continent with so much to see - where do you start? From bustling bazaars to magnificent medinas, here are our top 5 cities to visit in Africa:

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Monday
Aug142017

Animal Profile: Narwhals 

Dubbed the unicorn of the sea, the Narwhal remains an elusive, enigmatic mammal that has fascinated mankind for over three hundred years.

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Friday
Aug112017

Top 5 Greatest Railway  Journeys

Trains are more than cheap and practical vehicles; travel writer Paul Theroux once said, "I have seldom heard a train go by and not wished I was on it" and we agree! Some of the most alluring destinations can be visited by train so read on to discover 5 of the world’s greatest rail journeys!

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Thursday
Aug102017

The Rise Of Urban  Farms

Whether it be in community gardens, in windowsills or on rooftops - more and more people are growing food in cities. We’re not just talking community gardens and allotments, but the rise of large-scale urban agriculture.  Is this the future?

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Wednesday
Aug092017

QUIZ: Which Bird Of Prey Are  You?

Known for their speed, strength and smarts, birds of prey have a a pretty cool reputation in the animal kingdom. Find out which bird of prey you are!

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Tuesday
Aug082017

The History of  Travel

If there’s one thing that has followed humanity through our existence, it’s our need to move around and see new places. From early humans migrating away from their African homeland to gap year students leaving behind their hometowns in search of adventure, one thing is clear: we have always loved to travel.

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Monday
Aug072017

Animal Profile: The  Manatee

Of all the world’s marine mammals, the manatee is not related to dolphins or whales but is the large aquatic relative of the elephant! They play an important role in vegetation growth in their habitats. Read more about these fascinating but highly threatened marine species:

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Friday
Aug042017

Top 5 Ways To Travel Through  Asia

The largest continent on Earth has a multitude of transport options but none will ever be enough to even nearly cover the vast expanses! Nevertheless, here are our top 5 ways to travel through Central and South-East Asia to begin a lifetime of experiencing these culture-rich nations.

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