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The most endangered animals around the world

January 4, 2019 By Laura Brothers

Our planet has an abundance of animals which help ecosystems around the world thrive. Red Pandas, Tigers and Sumatran Tigers are just a few animals that walk this earth. But, what happens when they start to become endangered and potentially go extinct? Unfortunately, we are seeing many species become…

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The Best Eco Christmas Markets to Visit This Festive Season

December 18, 2018 By Laura Brothers

Colourful decorations, Christmas music, and spicy cinnamon flavours are what await at Christmas markets across the world. Christmas shopping doesn’t have to mean joylessly battling through department store crowds or trawling the Internet for bargains. Why not combine present-buying with some travel? But looking at the environmental cost, it’s…

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Forest lost vs. forest gained: Where is the world losing the most trees?

September 4, 2018 By Laura Brothers

We constantly see the destruction of nature and wildlife caused by the actions of humans and it’s no surprise that global warming is getting increasingly worse. Despite the fact that over 25 years, there has been a net loss of 129 million hectares of forest worldwide, there has also…

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Where in the world are you most at risk of a volcanic explosion?

July 16, 2018 By Laura Brothers

Volcanoes are one of nature’s most destructive forces, able to destroy within seconds. There are currently over 1,400 volcanoes dotted around the world, many of which lay dormant in their environments – but not all of them.  Recent eruptions include Mount Agung in…

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The Towering Tower of Trash

May 2, 2018 By Laura Brothers

Every year more than 8 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into our oceans. The numbers add up to trouble for the oceans, wildlife, and us. Lets put the ocean’s plastic problem into perspective……

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The World’s Biggest C02 Polluters

February 26, 2018 By Laura Brothers

Until recently, global CO2 emissions from fossil fuels had levelled off, but estimates from the Global Carbon Project (GCP) suggest that this is all going to change, with global emissions set to grow by around 2%. In a new report, researchers from the University of East Anglia and the Global…

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The world’s most wasteful countries

December 13, 2017 By Laura Brothers

The average household in the UK produces more than a tonne of waste every year – and it’s during the festive period that we waste the most. In fact, over Christmas the UK creates 30 percent more waste than usual. Everything from cards and…

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The World's Most Fuel Guzzling Countries

October 4, 2017 By Laura Brothers

During the 1970s our annual consumption of natural resources began outstripping what Earth could reproduce. A few years later in 1987 Earth Overshoot Day was introduced to mark the exact day when our consumption entered ‘negative equity’. This year that day fell on the 2nd of August, over three months…

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Celebrating Nature: The Species that are Bouncing Back

August 4, 2017 By Laura Brothers

Human activity has put wildlife around the world at risk, but many creatures are now thriving thanks to conservationists. Whilst in many cases there is still much to do to assure the future security of these species, many are now safely on the road to recovery. Here is a…

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Mammals on the Brink of Extinction

May 31, 2017 By Laura Brothers

For some animal species, time on planet Earth is running out. There have been five mass extinctions in the planet’s history, and animal populations so far suggests that we may have entered what will be the sixth great extinction wave. Since the 1960’s and 1970’s, when the…

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