The Importance of Recycling Green Waste

Although a nature lover’s natural instinct is to preserve the life of trees, there are times when a tree may need to be cut down. Reasons could include a tree being diseased or dead, or it posing a threat to other trees, animals or people... Read more →

How much would ecological restoration cost?

Every day, we see new reports on the news or online about the damage we are doing to the planet and how quite soon it could become irreversible if it hasn’t already. New methods for saving the planet and cutting back on the most ecologically... Read more →
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Why Dryland is Vital To The Carbon Cycle

For many years, most of us have looked upon the drylands of the world and wondered how we could cultivate them and make them more useful parts of the world. With the constant wish to create more forest land and greenery on these areas somehow,... Read more →

How Humans Have Affected Nitrogen Outputs

One thing that we commonly hear about across the news and the internet today is that the tropical rainforests are under significant threat from man-made problems that could be solved in other ways. While many people don’t heed the advice of... Read more →
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The Worlds First Jellyfish Database

One of the most interesting parts of the world is the sea purely on the basis that without building submarines or diving we have no real way of going underwater for any prolonged length of time. Another big part of the fascination with the water... Read more →
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Deep Sea Limpets

The world underneath us – underwater – is still something that we do not know a whole lot about. Despite constant research into the waters below, there are parts of the ocean we simply cannot travel down to. Not only does this make exploration... Read more →
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The Mummy Wasps of Ecuador

Despite being at the very peak of human society and technological advancements, it’s astounding to know that we still come across creatures and animals from all walks of life that we have never came across before. Insects are the most common... Read more →

What is Ecology?

To put it as simply as possible, ecology is the study of how organisms interact with each other. This field covers all living and non-living organisms and has seen significant growth in terms of both funding and (subsequently) research done... Read more →
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Zero Carbon Britain

As the technology progresses, the environment suffers from the never-ending negative effects of it. In Britain, one of the leading issues there has something to do with carbon emissions. To address the issue, a new project was launched and it... Read more →
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