Entries in nature (142)

Thursday
Sep282017

Snow leopard – endangered to  vulnerable

Recent studies looking into population numbers of the snow leopard (Panthera uncia) have revealed that their numbers are increasing across their range. In this article we discuss whether this is cause for celebration and take a look at what is needed for the survival of these big cats in the future.

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Tuesday
Sep262017

Nature’s Greatest  Travellers

While some animals live in roughly the same area for their entire lives, other species need to move around in order to survive. This article takes a look at some of these animals that show extreme endurance and embark on journeys that put even the toughest marathon runners to shame.

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Tuesday
Sep192017

5 unbelievable Natural  Phenomena

The world is full to bursting with cool goings on. Such a richly diverse planet is loaded with things to marvel at and scratch our heads over. We humans have a strange misconception that we know a lot as well and the natural world is one of those topics we’re convinced we’ve got covered. That’s not always the case though, like in the case of these natural phenomena…

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Monday
Sep112017

5 things you can do to attract wildlife to your  garden

As well as large-scale conservation projects, it’s also important to help wildlife at a local level. There are so many things you can do, even with a small space, to attract wildlife to your garden, here we talk you through five of the best ideas!

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Thursday
Aug312017

5 Must-See Mountains 

Natural landscapes are popular sites of interest so we have rounded up our 5 favourite mountains from across the world! The tallest, oldest and most culturally captivating mountains span across the continents and we’ve covered the very best – read on!

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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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Thursday
Aug032017

Outdoor Offices 

High walls, high rise buildings and high pressures - today’s office spaces are more sedentary and claustrophobic than ever. Yet the modern workplace is changing, and there is an increasing trend towards open and flexible office spaces.

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Wednesday
Jul122017

QUIZ: Which Frontier Project Should you Do In  Autumn?

Summer is here but, as we all know, it's fleeting; autumn will be upon us soon. For some this is their favourite season, for others it's just the soggy precursor to further plummeting temperatures. Take our quiz to find out where you should volunteer this autumn:

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Wednesday
Jul052017

How AI Can Provide A Sustainable Future 

Whether time isn’t on our side or human error is too great a factor, artificial intelligence (AI) can be a great addition to our lives. Applied already in many forms within many industries, global focus is ever shifting toward sustainability. So how can AI provide a sustainable future?

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Wednesday
Jul052017

QUIZ: Which Island Should You Visit  Next?

There are so many islands in the world, each with their own unique landscapes and cultures - it's impossible to choose which to make your next travel destination! But don't fret, we're here to help you figure out which island is best suited for your next trip!

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Wednesday
Dec282016

The Conservation Status Of Christmas Wildlife

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...

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Monday
Jul182016

The Devastating Impact of Coral Bleaching 

The devastating coral bleaching event that is currently sweeping the globe and leaving devastated reefs in its wake is now set to continue through to 2017, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Monday
Jun132016

World Oceans Day, Swedish Coal Sales, Light Pollution and a Climate Change Breakthrough: 7th – 13th June 2016

Well that’s another week that has been and gone and along with it came a whole host of environment news. This week we are looking at World Oceans Day, Swedish coal sales, a study related to the world’s light pollution and a climate change breakthrough in Iceland. Here’s your weekly Frontier environment news roundup:

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Thursday
Jun092016

How To Make Your Lifestyle Eco-Friendly

Being eco-friendly isn’t about drastic change and massive overhaul. It’s not about spending loads of extra money in the hope of making it back someday. It’s not about sacrificing how you live your life. It really can be done with just a few small changes that you'll barely notice.

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Wednesday
May042016

QUIZ: What's Your Inner Endangered Animal?

Have you ever wondered which endangered animal you are? Maybe you already were, in a past life... Find out what your inner endangered animal is!

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