March 7, 2019

I like to think of myself as someone who is aware of my environmental citizenship responsibilities. I have volunteered, worked and written within the field of conservation and the natural world is something I care deeply about. Even so, sometimes the reality of the env...

Many of us are aware that we are living within a time where human populations are growing, but our access to nature is decreasing.

Relative to the history of humanity, cities and urban environments are new, and there has been little example of a time where people have h...

December 13, 2018

As a self-confessed book worm and avid lover of science literature, I was lucky enough to be able to combine the two by reviewing 'Urban Planet: Knowledge towards sustainable cities' for The Biologist Magazine, published by The Royal Society of Biology (available in pr...

May 23, 2018

Many of us are familiar with the innate sense of wellbeing that comes with spending time outdoors in nature, and now many studies are revealing just how beneficial connecting with nature is for us. This post looks at some of those benefits and also ways in which you ca...

March 8, 2018

 Although there have been many game changing discoveries made by women in science over the years these are not always celebrated with the recognition that is due. In celebration of International Women's Day, I have compiled 5 short biographies of pioneering women who b...

I have always been fascinated with sharks. My interest stemmed from their mysterious and remarkable life histories, which have in many ways remained unchanged for millennia. It was when I had the amazing opportunity to dive with sharks, witnessing them in their natural...

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