Environment Magazine

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  • Nature, Red in Tooth and Claw

    Nature, Tooth Claw

    On the 15 th of July, Zina and Allison, two of our primate researchers, heard a loud commotion from the baboon troop they were following. Upon investigation,... Read more

    The 02 August 2017 by   Iratemonkey
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  • World of Urban Rangers

    World Urban Rangers

    Bridging the gap between an urban population and the wildlife we love.The world continues to urbanise. According to the Population Reference Bureau, the... Read more

    The 02 August 2017 by   Bradshaw
  • Paying to Stop Degrading

    Paying Stop Degrading

    We conservationists don’t get a lot of good news these days, and even when we do, I am reminded of the (slightly modified) expression: one step forward, but... Read more

    The 28 July 2017 by   Bradshaw
  • 21 Super Easy Ways to Adopt a Zero Waste Lifestyle

    Super Easy Ways Adopt Zero Waste Lifestyle

    According to energy auditors, approximately a million pounds of material is produced for one person alone in a year. Multiplying that with over a hundred millio... Read more

    The 24 July 2017 by   Rinkesh
  • Tattenhoe Dragons

    Tattenhoe Dragons

    There are areas of Milton Keynes that I return to time, and time again, like Oakhill Wood, and just like that Tattenhoe Park is fast becoming one of those areas... Read more

    The 20 July 2017 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Why Delisting of Grizzly Bears is Premature | The Extinction Chronicles

    Delisting Grizzly Bears Premature Extinction Chronicles

    GR: As the world’s wildlife species fade out of existence, government agencies responsible for their protection push them back to allow tourists to cover the... Read more

    The 18 July 2017 by   Garry Rogers
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  • Dead Trees Stoke Wildfire Fears

    Dead Trees Stoke Wildfire Fears

    Climate Change and Fires Replace Forests with Weeds GR: Climate-change droughts are killing trees and shrubs in dry lands around the world. Read more

    The 18 July 2017 by   Garry Rogers
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  • Best Summer Ever for Hummingbird Hawk-moths?

    Best Summer Ever Hummingbird Hawk-moths?

    We’re on track for a record summer for Hummingbird Hawk-moth sightings in Britain, with more recorded in gardens this June than in previous years, as found by... Read more

    The 18 July 2017 by   Philpickin
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  • Journal Ranks 2016

    Journal Ranks 2016

    Last year we wrote a bibliometric paper describing a new way to rank journals, which I contend is a fairer representation of relative citation-based rankings... Read more

    The 14 July 2017 by   Bradshaw
  • 2500 Miles June Update

    2500 Miles June Update

    June was yet another poor month (and so far July has followed suit) in terms of walking, I had a few days out, but my mileage is way down on where I wanted it t... Read more

    The 11 July 2017 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens