What comes to mind when you see the word ‘wolf’? A dangerous predator or a creature sadly misunderstood? Present day attitudes to the wolf are fiercely divided, causing conflict whenever new management strategies are debated. Most recently, Switzerland was the battleground for a controversial change to hunting rules, which allowed a national cull of the species and was met with furious outcry from environmental groups.
During the busy festive season, there are so many things to keep track of that being mindful of how we treat the planet can often take the back seat. However, we know that climate change waits for no one (not even Santa!).
So here are some curiously creative ways you can incorporate sustainability practices into your festive traditions from our guest writer, Brian!
I know I am far from the only person to say that autumn is categorically my favourite time of year. What is it that so many of us love so much about this season? For me it lies in the autumnal golden glow in the air, the memories of collecting conkers and trampling leaves as a child, the comfort food and drinks,…
In order to capture more of the views of the public and encourage the government to put in place measures to protect nature, the RSPB, WWF, and the National Trust have launched “The People’s Plan for Nature”, a new joint initiative.
Hey there! This week, we’re taking the opportunity to introduce you to some of the team behind the emails and articles you receive in your inbox and social media feeds every week.
Curious Earth is made up of a bunch of curious (green) beans, who do lots of cool stuff for our planet, besides regularly contributing to this newssite! So we thought we’d take the opportunity to turn the tables and make the interviewers the interviewees, taking this word count to share with you some valuable environmental insight from the brains behind the articles. We hope their thoughts and recommendations continue to inspire you and help you to feel more connected to the environment and environmental causes.