Plight of Rhinos a reminder that conservation is a serious matter Science 

Plight of Rhinos a reminder that conservation is a serious matter

There are currently five remaining species of rhino (White, Black, Greater, Sumatran & Javan), three are critically endangered (Black, Javan & Sumatran), one is vulnerable (Greater), one is near threatened (White). Three are located in Asia (Greater, Sumatran, Javan), the remaining two in Africa. Of those critically endangered, Javan rhinos (population ~60) are all located in one natural park and... Read More
Germany’s war on coal has resulted in a historic win for renewables News Science Technology 

Germany’s war on coal has resulted in a historic win for renewables

The Ruhr Valley in Germany carried the European nation’s economy for much of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Its steel works and large coal deposits made it one of the continent’s biggest industrial areas – next year, it will slip the key under the door and shut production for good. Bottrop, a city of 5.5 million that has long served... Read More
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Increases in sea turtle numbers show that global environmental policy can work

With doom and gloom continually splattered across headlines covering environmental matters, there are often many stories that never tend to see a larger mainstream distribution. Whilst that isn’t to say that current climate change issues and other policy matters aren’t important – they certainly are – it serves no purpose to continually discuss the negatives and not some of the... Read More
Hinduism withstands the test of time Other 

Hinduism withstands the test of time

Religion has been something that has pitted nations and empires against each other since the dawn of time, with religious practices found in the ruins of ancient civilizations dating back 10,000 years ago. The religions that defined prehistoric times and the early rise of man are mostly defunct, as different sets of beliefs often times collapsed with the early communities... Read More
Is hunting sustainable A Case Study. Science 

Is hunting sustainable? A Case Study.

Duck hunting is defined as “a popular, legal recreational activity” by the Australian state of Victoria, and is an occupation that has been practiced for thousands of years both for sustenance and sport. Deemed morally unacceptable by some, the hunting of ducks in Victoria has continued although it has been banned in three other states and many other places around... Read More

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