Entries in #nature (5)

Monday
Aug222016

Rewilding, Bee Declines And Dolphin Discoveries: 15th – 22nd August 2016

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.

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Tuesday
Jul192016

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:

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Monday
Jun202016

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! 

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Monday
May232016

Endangered Species And Edible Inventions | 16th - 22nd May 2016

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.

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Wednesday
May112016

Lions And Ivory | 2nd - 8th May 2016

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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