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!
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?
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.
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.
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!
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.
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...
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.
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...
Planet Earth II gripped viewers all over the world with its amazing shots and wildlife stories, drawing in over 10 million viewers. Here are some of the most memorable moments and the best ways to see the habitats showcased in Plant Earth II.
2016 wasn't the best year for many reasons, if it's getting you down don't worry frontier will show which country to escape to in 2017.
From roller skating through the city streets to decorating mango trees, we give you the best hot spots this Christmas.
Here are 5 inspirational women whose contributions to conservation have benefitted the natural world and our attitude towards it.
Last week there were a view revelations for the environment; Trump surprises us all by hiring a climate change believer into cabinet, Hippo’s shine light on what Africa’s savannahs would look like without elephants and ecologists discover how Britain’s most loved bird, the robin, is affected by urban light and noise pollution.
The fur trade used to be big business until animal rights campaigns and activist groups shed light on the issue and changed public perception, but despite this criticism real fur is unfortunately back in vogue...