Entries in conservation (242)

Friday
Mar222013

Getting ready for Earth Hour

Originally started in Sydney, Australia on the 31st March 2007 from 7:30pm – 8:30pm, 2.2 million people and 2,100 businesses participated in Earth Hour.

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Wednesday
Mar132013

Bucket List: Italo Marzotto

A little bit of everything this bucket list will take you from Norway to Cuba so get ready to be inspired!

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Friday
Mar082013

Science Club Round-Up

This week we have had underwater lake reports, the discovery of an artic camel, the issue of badger culling and many more interesting Science Club articles. Here, we have put together a round-up of all of these articles for an easy to read summary.

 

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Thursday
Mar072013

Do cute animals get conservation preferance?

The London Zoological Society is asking if certain animals that are on the edge of extinction are too ugly to be saved.

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Friday
Mar012013

The devastating effects of the palm oil interview - Green the film by Patrick Rouxel

Green is the emotional journey of an Indonesian Orangutan, Green, and her last days after suffering as a victim of deforestation and resource exploitation.

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Wednesday
Feb272013

Weird and wonderful frogs

Frogs seem to be a creature that many people are fond of; their ungainly movements and often amusing expressions have often endeared them to much of the world.

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Friday
Feb222013

Science Club Round-Up

A collection of this weeks Science Club articles, all brought together in one easy to read place.

 

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Friday
Feb222013

Elephant rescue in Namibia

Some dramatic scenes from Namibia as one elephant fell into a septic tank but was thankfully rescued 13 hours later.

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Friday
Feb222013

February SEE Round-Up

Febraury has brought plenty of important sightings, updates and reports from our projects in Madagascar, Costa Rica, Tanzania and Cambodia. For all of our project news please visit the Society for Environmental Exploration (SEE) website. 

 

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Tuesday
Feb192013

Black Rhino and Elephant Conservation in Zimbabwe

Black Rhinos were once a common sight throughout sub Saharan Africa, 200,000 of them used to roam the continent in 1960. Read about Frontier's Black Rhino and Elephant Conservation project in Zimbabwe.

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Wednesday
Feb132013

Our Favourite Moments from Africa

We haven’t come across anyone who watched Africa and didn’t enjoy it and everyone seems to have a favourite moment from this latest BBC nature series.

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Tuesday
Feb122013

Charles Darwin Day

Most know today is Pancake Day but not everyone knows that February 12th is also Darwin’s Day – a celebration of science, humanity, and Charles Darwin’s birthday.

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Thursday
Feb072013

Asia Pulp & Paper finally give in to Greenpeace Pressure

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has finally, after a decade of pressure, agreed on a new Forest Conservation Policy in order to end its part in deforestation.

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Tuesday
Feb052013

New Greece Sea Turtles Conservation project

One of Frontier’s newest projects is the Greece Sea Turtle Conservation project on the Mediterranean Coast. Loggerhead Turtles numbers are in decline globally, and especially in the coastal areas that they frequent to breed.

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Tuesday
Feb052013

Adventures to be had in Greece

One of the main reasons to visit Greece is undoubtedly the vast culture, beautiful scenery and warm weather, however the abundance of interesting wildlife that inhabits it is also an excellent reason to take a trip.

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