Environment Magazine

Paperblog Editor's Pick

  • A Dull Day on the Patch

    Dull Patch

    Grey days like today are a real struggle, the drama often isn't in the skies as photographers like myself would like, but there is little light to photograph th... Read more

    The 07 October 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Massive Yet Grossly Underestimated Global Costs of Invasive Insects

    Massive Grossly Underestimated Global Costs Invasive Insects

    Portrait of a red imported fire ant Solenopsis invicta. This species arrived to the southeastern USA from South America in the 1930s. Specimen from... Read more

    The 04 October 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • Report Offers Cold, Hard Truth About Global Warming – Summit County Citizens...

    Report Offers Cold, Hard Truth About Global Warming Summit County Citizens Voice

    GR: Floods, droughts, extinctions, and human intraspecific conflicts will all increase as the CO2 now in the atmosphere traps heat and slowly warms the land... Read more

    The 30 September 2016 by   Garry Rogers
    NONE, NONE
  • Beautiful Day

    Beautiful

    Today was a lovely day to be out on the patch, the sun was beating down, the temperature warm, in fact the only negative was a distinct lack of birds. Read more

    The 28 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Transition from the Anthropocene to the Minicene

    Transition from Anthropocene Minicene

    Going, going … © CJA BradshawI’ve just returned from a life-changing trip to South Africa, not just because it was my first time to the continent, but also... Read more

    The 24 September 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • Mental Health and Nature

    Mental Health Nature

    Memories, there are some that will stay with you for life, while others fade with time. Sadly the bad ones tend to linger longer than the good, and when I... Read more

    The 20 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • Light Rain

    Light Rain

    The first light drops of rain had started to fall as I headed out this morning, occasional delicate drops spotted my waterproof coat as I walked, large enough t... Read more

    The 19 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
  • After School Blackberry Picking

    After School Blackberry Picking

    Hands, both large and age worn, and small and delicate, snake past dangerously sharp thorns as they reach deep into the thick, tangled, bramble, seeking out... Read more

    The 16 September 2016 by   Ashley Crombet-Beolens
    NONE
  • A Step by Step Guide to Transform Your Business into a Lean, Green, Eco-Efficien...

    Step Guide Transform Your Business into Lean, Green, Eco-Efficient Machine

    Over the years, our understanding of sustainability has developed significantly. We now know that simply recycling milk bottle tops and using energy efficient... Read more

    The 14 September 2016 by   Rinkesh
  • Staggering Rhino Poaching in the Kruger

    Staggering Rhino Poaching Kruger

    I have the immense honour and pleasure of attending the University of Pretoria’s Mammal Research Institute 50th Anniversary Celebration conference currently... Read more

    The 14 September 2016 by   Bradshaw