This week's environment news hails the global conservation efforts of the CITES CoP17 conference in Johannesburg as well as a new designation for the protection of Hawaii's most threatened bees. here's you weekly news roundup:
This week’s environment news will look at efforts being taken to save the bountiful Donana National Park, one Rwanda’s conservationists efforts to preserve the grey-crowned crane, and how Black Lives Matter demand their voice be heard amidst the climate crisis.
Alana Gillard spent 3 days work shadowing at the Frontier HQ to gain valuable work experience to aid her in her future career decisions. Found out how she got on in her interview...
This weeks environment news has seen great strides in both conservation and tackling climate change; from G20 to Pandas back from the brink, and even the 'Obama Fish', here's your weekly news roundup
The weeks seem to be flying by at the moment but that’s ok as that means it’s time for our Frontier news round up again! Last week we saw a whole host of positive news pieces related to species discoveries, recoveries and births and while we’ve witnessed a bit more of a mixed batch this week on the whole it’s still looking quite positive.
Last week saw a number of brilliant discoveries, revelations, births and recoveries from species all across the globe! All-in-all, while there were some more negative news pieces too, the week was a resounding success and it definitely made a nice change to read positive piece after positive piece! So, here is our (rather upbeat) weekly Frontier news roundup:
Last week the world graced us with both a good and a bad range of news. This week we are giving you the run down on the positive news that plastic bag usage has begun to plummet, the scientific discovery of a new whale species, the world’s first successful solar plane and the devastating impacts of the failing economy on Venezuelan zoos.
Sea Turtle Egg Smugglers Busted, Shark Numbers Not What We Thought And Future Of UK Solar Unclear: 18th July - 24th July 2016
Two of the world's most impressive species took a blow last week as a major turtle egg poaching effort was foiled in Malaysia, and a new study revealed the shocking true numbers of Great White Shark around South Africa. Also it could be lights out for the UK Solar industry. Here's your weekly news roundup:
Climate Cabinet Shake-Up, Call For More Outdoor Classrooms And Corals Get A Close Up: 11th July - 17th July 2016
Last week has seen a bid to introduce sustainability in schools by making outdoor and nature learning part of the UK curriculum, incredible innovations in marine science, and the latest (potentially worrying) post-Brexit happenings in regards to climate change. Here's your weekly news roundup:
TIP Leaks, Druridge Mine Gets The Go-Ahead And Kanagroo Island's Race To Renewables: 4th July - 11th July 2016
Last week has seen sustainability in jeopardy in the UK with environmentally threatening TTIP talks and the approval of an opencast coal mine on pristine Northumberland coast. Australia’s Kangaroo Island however is attempting to become one of the greenest places in the world! Here’s your weekly news roundup:
On June 21st Frontier opened their London HQ doors to work shadowing students, giving them the chance to discover what its like to work for an International Conservation NGO. Here Yasmina tells us about what she learnt from a day in Frontiers office.
A lot has been happening in the last week in environmental news - heres our weekly roundup!
This past week has seen the poisonous Lionfish species spread through the Mediterranean, a return of Hazel Dormice to the United Kingdom, a proposed plan to relocate hundreds of migrating Elephants set in place and the aftermath of Brexit. Here’s your weekly Frontier environment news roundup:
World Sea Turtle Day, Marine News, Sandpiper’s Successful Breeding And A Mammal Extinction: 14th – 20th June 2016
Last week saw a whole host of environment news bubbling to the surface and as a result this week’s round-up is a bit of a turbulent one. This week we have news relating to climate change, World Sea Turtle Day, the stranding of pilot whales, a move forwards for the Sandpiper bird species and the discovery of coral reef bright spots so it is definitely worth having a read!
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:
This week’s environment round up is dominated by one day in the calendar, and a pretty big one at that. World Endangered Species Day 2016. Running parallel, a new development in, of all things, people’s drinking that is aimed at protecting sea life had a viral spiral across the internet. So it’s safe to say, it was a pretty cool week.
Another week has gone by and another week of interesting and important environment news. This week we’re looking at fishing, flying and flippin’ hot weather. Here’s your weekly Frontier environment news roundup.
Every week we hear more and more topics of news from the world of environment and conservation. It’s a ceaseless topic, never sleeping and always providing us with something new to get our teeth into.
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