Who Needs Nature?

Who Needs Nature?

September 5, 2014

In the digital age, we immerse ourselves in the socially orchestrated realm of our culture, far away from the organic world that once incubated us. In this comfortable domain, it is easy to forget nature. Surely we don’t need it in a daily environment that is almost entirely synthetic. Without doubt, there is much to […]

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Brown Argus butterfly by Ross Newham

Climate Impacts on Evolution

August 20, 2014

Members of the brown argus butterfly species that moved north in response to recent climate change have evolved a narrower diet dependent on wild Geranium plants, UK researchers report. However, butterflies that did not move north have more diverse diets, including plants such as Rockrose that are abundant in southern parts of the UK. So […]

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Extremes of Nature

Extremes of Nature – Australia’s Stake

August 18, 2014

The term climate change has attracted controversy from polarised opinions on issue but whatever the phrasing appointed there can be no denying the extremes of nature are increasing both in frequency and ferocity. Author, Guy Hallowes, addresses Australia (a land synonymous with extremes) in a call to action that acknowledges our role and stake in […]

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A-Team

Nature’s New Champions

August 6, 2014

Nature has new champions in the A-Team, a passionate group of youths cultivating knowledge and appreciation for wildlife in the next generation. This unique collection of individuals from around the world, are working to ensure wildlife has a future—educating, inspiring, and engaging their peers on the value of nature. Conservation broadcaster, Ken Jones (Jungle Deep […]

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80 Million for Wild Cats

Funding Scientific Leadership

June 4, 2014

Environmental philanthropists from China, India, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United States have together provided funding of $80 Million to change the course of wild cat protection through Panthera, the leading organization dedicated to ensuring the future of wild cats through scientific leadership and conservation action. The announcement of this unique global alliance […]

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Camping with Snow Leopards

Camping with Snow Leopards

May 27, 2014

Summer is coming. And with it – camp! Do you remember the joys of camp fires, sing-alongs, and lots of time with critters and creepy-crawlies? Now you can bring that joy to kids in India. And you’ll get the knowledge that you are also protecting snow leopards! In just a few weeks, kids in the […]

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