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Green Living Today Greener Tomorrow Paperblog Pick in Environment

Green Living Today for a Greener Tomorrow

It seems that nowadays everything is about Green Living. It’s all over the media, it is in our grocery stores, featured on many products and it even seems like even local schools... Read more

Subaru Aims Percent Fuel Economy Boost 2015 Paperblog Pick in Environment

Subaru Aims for 30 Percent Fuel Economy Boost by 2015

With the lowest Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) ranking for imported passenger cars from Asia in 2011 (30.6 miles per gallon), Subaru has announced plans to increase its... Read more


  • Wildlife Photography – Day 2

    Wildlife Photography

    Continuing this week’s wonderful theme of wildlife photography, today we profile the work of another Frontier favourite: Roger Hooper. Photographer profile:Name... Read more

    The 27 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • The Extraordinary Lifestyle of the Pacific Leaping Blenny

    Extraordinary Lifestyle Pacific Leaping Blenny

    The rocky shoreline of Guam in Micronesia is home to one of the most unique but strange fish species, the Pacific leaping blenny (Alticus arnoldorum). Read more

    The 08 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • Wildlife Photography – Final Day

    Wildlife Photography Final

    Today sees the end of our week focusing on wildlife photography. Thanks to all of the talented artists who have featured, we really have enjoyed profiling all o... Read more

    The 30 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • A Week of Wildlife Photography

    Week Wildlife Photography

    This week’s blog theme is wildlife photography. For many, including several of us here at Frontier HQ, becoming a wildlife photographer would be a dream... Read more

    The 26 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • New Plans to Cull the Grey Wolf

    Plans Cull Grey Wolf

    Thousands of grey wolves are threatened with a cull in Alberta, as part of the Canadian government’s new plan to protect caribou. Controversially, the are... Read more

    The 19 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • The Promiscuous Nature of Deep Sea Squid

    Promiscuous Nature Deep Squid

    Scientists have recently gained a rare glimpse into the reproductive activities of deep sea squid. This was after remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) in the... Read more

    The 23 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • Different Animal Tracks

    Different Animal Tracks

    Otter Tracks Having almost completely disappeared from British waterways in the 1970s, efforts to save Otters from extinction have proved to be working.... Read more

    The 09 September 2011 by   Azanimals
  • Cleanest Air in the World

    Cleanest World

    In a ranking released by the World Health Organization (WHO) this week, Estonia topped the list as the country with the best overall air quality. Mauritius was... Read more

    The 28 September 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • First Video Footage of the African Golden Cat

    First Video Footage African Golden

    When somebody mentions big cats in Africa, it normally conjures up images of well-known lions, cheetahs or leopards stalking the savanna. Read more

    The 07 September 2011 by   Frontiergap
  • Glow in the Dark Kittens to Help in the Fight Against HIV

    Glow Dark Kittens Help Fight Against

    A new study to come from the US has seen the production of ‘glow in the dark’ cats to help in the fight against HIV. The genetically modified felines were... Read more

    The 13 September 2011 by   Frontiergap