Entries in nature (92)

Wednesday
Jun112014

Stay tuned with Nature 

Tomorrow morning, you can have your first sip of coffee in the middle of a tropical rainforest: it is the miracle of naturesoundmap.com

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Friday
Jun062014

Extinction or survival: what’s in store for the Asiatic Cheetah

Now if I were to ask you the question, where do cheetahs live? You would probably answer Africa, but did you know that the only remaining population of the Asiatic Cheetah lives in Iran?

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Friday
May232014

Standing up for your rights: the dangers of environmentalism

Standing up for the environment could cost you your life; targeting of environmental campaigners has risen dramatically in the last 10 years.

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Friday
May162014

Masters of Disguise – animal camouflages that will catch you napping

Animals use the art of disguise to thrive and survive in their environment.

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Wednesday
Apr302014

Zanzibar’s seaweed harvest under threat from climate change

Rising sea temperatures have caused huge losses in the small-scale farming practice which has been supporting the island’s women for 25 years, demonstrating the need for adaptation in small-scale farming globally.

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Tuesday
Apr292014

Cool and Unusual Colours in Nature

Nature is beautiful and astounding in many ways, but generally we do know what to expect. Roses are red, water is blue, and grasses and leaves are green, right? But sometimes however, nature can really surprise us.

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Wednesday
Feb192014

Debate: To Frack or Not to Frack?

The announcement that Cuadrilla will sink two wells in Lancashire has reignited the debate on fracking, is it the solution to our energy problem or an environmental disaster waiting to happen?

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Thursday
Feb132014

Life In Unexpected Places

The amount of pollution entering the world’s oceans on a daily basis is staggering and the amount entering the oceans on an annual basis is truly a global concern.

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Wednesday
Feb122014

Charles Darwin Day: Countering the Arguments in Opposition to Evolution

Charles Darwin Day, on the 12th February each year, is dedicated to celebrating the alternative theory which is overwhelming in its evidence. This Darwin Day we’re paying homage to the man by exploring and countering arguments in opposition to evolution.

 

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Friday
Feb072014

Sochi: the Local Environmental Effects of the Global Games

Starting 7 February 2014, the world will turn its attention to Russia as they host the most expensive Olympics in history.

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Thursday
Jan022014

The Secret Life of Otters 

What are Otters? What do they do? What makes them so fascinating? We aim to answer all of these burning questions.

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Wednesday
Dec182013

Frontier Costa Rica Forest Research Programme: November Science Update

November has been an intense and highly productive month.

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Tuesday
Oct012013

Hope for reducing climate change

Climate change is happening - and it’s scary. Global warming, rising sea levels, an exhaustion of natural resources, and the loss of wildlife habitats are all things that threaten current generations and those yet to come.

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Tuesday
Sep242013

The secret lives of anemone fish

Anemone fish, made famous by the recent animated blockbuster ‘Finding Nemo’ are some of the most interesting species one will find on a coral reef.

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Tuesday
Sep242013

World's ugliest animals

As the old proverb goes, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. But we seem to have forgotten this when it comes to the protection of some of the worlds animals.

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