Entries in events (8)

Thursday
May222014

International Day for Biological Diversity 2014

Biodiversity is the degree of variation of life. This variation that is pervasive throughout our world is a vital reason as to why life has flourished.

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Friday
Apr252014

Save the Frogs Day

Today we look at the world’s most threatened group of animals, the challenges they face and ask what can be done to save them from extinction?

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Tuesday
Apr222014

Earth Day 2014

Earth Day is held worldwide on April 22 annually, to demonstrate support for environmental protection.

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Thursday
Apr172014

The Story of the Easter Egg

Decorated eggs and the consumption of their chocolate counterparts have become the overriding symbol of Easter, synonymous with the perceived role of Santa Claus during Christmas.

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Thursday
Mar272014

Earth Hour – Fun in the Dark!

As we prepare for Earth Hour 2014 on Saturday 29th March – in which the lights to millions of households, businesses and public landmarks will be switched off between 8:30 and 9:30pm – we thought it might be useful to list some activities that you can do

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Wednesday
Mar262014

Earth Hour 2014

Every year, for one hour in the evening near the back end of March, I sit in my house in complete darkness.

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Thursday
Dec122013

The world’s weirdest events

The world can sometimes be a really strange place, but what’s so bad about that. When you see something weird doesn’t it bring a smile to your face? We've put together a list of the weirdest events on the planet to inspire you to get out and remember that weird is wonderful.  

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Friday
Oct142011

LONDON INTERNSHIPS WITH FRONTIER

To finish off the week we present some of the exciting internships available here in our London offices, ranging from researching biodiversity and conservation to assisting the online marketing team with website design and writing articles.

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