Have you ever thought about your flying habits and their impact on the environment? Well, Dr. Noah Birksted-Breen went one step further and started a novel podcast at Oxford University to address this very issue. And thus, the Oxford Flying Less Podcast was born! Read on to learn about how this podcast took off!
Meeting Dr. James Watuwa: A Ugandan vet who’s typical day can include rescuing a snared elephant, collaring a lion, or surveying mountain gorilla populations for the Ugandan and Rwandan governments.
In our latest podcast we hear from Miriam Supuma, a conservationist from Papua New Guinea, who tells us about birds of paradise, cultural identity and how traditional knowledge can preserve biodiversity
Sharing a conservation success story from the thickets of Bangladesh, where multi-organization efforts with participation from local communities helped in bringing back the critically endangered Asian giant tortoise from the brink!
In the Nubian highlands, a determined team of veterinarians, led by Drs. Sara Ferguson and Joshua Lubega, work to rescue the Critically Endangered Nubian giraffe from a new deadly threat - wire snares. Read about this inspiring team.
In Season 2 Episode 5 of Good Natured, hosts Julia and Sofia talk to artivist Sofiya Shukhova about the wildlife trade and finding inspiration in unexpected places. Learn more about Sofiya's passion for art and making an impact in conservation!
Read about how the Giraffe Conservation Foundation's Khomas Environmental Education Programme (KEEP) helps to inspire thousands of young Namibians by leading them on an exciting exploration of the natural environment.
Can we design for universal inclusion? Fionnathan certainly believe we can and should make universal inclusion second nature. But they need your help!
The new “Future Places Prize” calls for essays and poems that illustrate how literature can be a revelatory and imaginative force for helping us to see the natural world and our place in it differently
Read how the Marine Stewardship Council certification process and eco-labels are helping to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, and how consumers can make responsible choices to encourage sustainable fishing practises.