Entries in nature (100)

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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Friday
Aug302013

How to save sea turtles from at home and abroad

Globally, the increase in plastic use is having serious problems on wildlife because of the large amount of time it takes to biodegrade, and the toxic additives it adds to the ocean.

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Tuesday
Jul162013

Desmond Morris: Zoologist, ethologist, author

Desmond Morris is a world renowned zoologist, ethologist, and painter. He has written numerous books on both subjects of human and animal behaviour. Here he took the time to speak to Into the Wild about his career, his love of coral reefs, and his effort to introduce the idea of breeding within zoos.

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Tuesday
Jun252013

Is it right for US trees to be used for UK power?

EU leaders promoted the usage of renewable energy sources instead of the vast amount of coal that power stations previously used, however they probably didn’t want the changing the rules on trade, to lead to the felling of swamp forests in America in order to fuel the power stations of the UK.

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Thursday
Jun202013

Space satellite to weigh Earth’s forests

The European Space Agency has given the go ahead for a satellite that promises to “weigh” the Earth’s forest as a method of monitoring them.

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Friday
Jun072013

World Oceans Day - what will you promise?

In honour of World Oceans Day, annually held on the 8th June, The Ocean Project is asking everyone to make a pledge in order to help preserve the ocean and the species that live within it.

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Tuesday
Jun042013

Unlikely Animal Friendships

Animals can often form unlikely bonds that amaze us - predator and prey can, on occasion, become the best of buddies.  We have found these images on pinterest, and we felt that they are bound to make the day of all of the Into the Wild readers, so we simply had to share them…

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Thursday
Apr182013

The problem with palm oil

Palm Oil is one of the most widely used products worldwide. It is a primary ingredient in cooking, and cosmetics and is therefore found in a large number of consumer goods.

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