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  • 30+ Brilliant Ways Towards Reducing Your Plastic Consumption

    Brilliant Ways Towards Reducing Your Plastic Consumption

    Reducing our reliance on plastic is a serious matter. Thinking about the ways to reduce that dependence calls for some creativity, but also just plain common... Read more

    The 16 March 2016 by   Rinkesh
  • 50+ Stylish and Modern Ways to Live a Healthy and Green Lifestyle

    Stylish Modern Ways Live Healthy Green Lifestyle

    Today there are just so many amazing and innovative ways that you can use to move towards living an entirely green lifestyle, a lifestyle that Mother Nature... Read more

    The 10 March 2016 by   Rinkesh
  • Cartoon Guide to Biodiversity Loss XXXV

    Cartoon Guide Biodiversity Loss XXXV

    Another six biodiversity cartoons for you this week (see here for why I provide six each time). See full stock of previous ‘Cartoon guide to biodiversity loss’... Read more

    The 08 March 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • Environmental Arsehats

    Environmental Arsehats

    I’m starting a new series on ConservationBytes.com — one that exposes the worst environmental offenders on the planet.I’ve taken the idea from an independent... Read more

    The 03 March 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • Biowealth


    While I’ve blogged about this before in general terms (here and here), I thought it wise to reproduce the (open-access) chapter of the same name published in... Read more

    The 24 February 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • How to Rank Journals

    Rank Journals

    … properly, or at least ‘better’.In the past I have provided ranked lists of journals in conservation ecology according to their ISI® Impact Factor (see lists... Read more

    The 17 February 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • What is Organic Gardening and How to Start an Organic Garden

    What Organic Gardening Start Garden

    What is Organic Gardening? Most gardeners do not understand what organic gardening is all about or how to have an organic garden. Read more

    The 14 February 2016 by   Rinkesh
  • Loe Bar in February


    In winter, it’s as if everything is waiting. And, of course, it is. Waiting for spring. February is still winter, but trees already have buds ready to unfurl,... Read more

    The 11 February 2016 by   Ascott
  • Bad Science


    In addition to the surpassing coolness of reconstructing long-gone ecosystems, my new-found enthusiasm for palaeo-ecology has another advantage — most of the... Read more

    The 10 February 2016 by   Bradshaw
  • It’s Not Always Best to Be the Big Fish

    It’s Always Best Fish

    Loosely following the theme of last week’s post, it’s now fairly well established that humans tend to pick on the big species first. Read more

    The 03 February 2016 by   Bradshaw