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  • 30. September 2022

    Beyond the fjord and among the ice.

    A white line, the ice; on the horizon the profile of the mountains. From the porthole of the plane, I admire the landscape gradually materialize below me. The beauty of the lands we fly over leave me, once again, breathless. I’m back to Svalbard after had lived here with my […]

  • 28. September 2022

    Walthamstow Wetlands – the perfect place to start birdwatching

    We are proud to have partnered with the London Wildlife Trust, and supported them by funding the installation of seven new benches at their Walthamstow Wetlands site. As well as being a fully operational 211 hectare Thames Water reservoir site, which is the main source of water supply for 3.5 […]

  • 22. August 2022

    Reconciling Agriculture with Biodiversity – Part II

    In the second instalment of this two-part blog, Iris Berger, a PhD student in Conservation Science at the University of Cambridge, talks about her field research in India and how farming with nature may help safeguard biodiversity whilst meeting humanity’s growing food needs. The midday heat, over 40 degrees Celsius, […]

  • 9. August 2022

    Reconciling Agriculture with Biodiversity – Part I

    In part one of this two-part blog, Iris Berger, a PhD student in Conservation Science at the University of Cambridge, talks about her field research in India and how farming with nature may help safeguard biodiversity whilst meeting humanity’s growing food needs. On either side of the road, dry rice […]

  • 22. July 2022

    Observing nature with the Leica Calonox

    Ever since I worked as a cameraman using thermal cameras almost a decade ago, I’ve wanted to get my hands on my own thermal device once more. To be able to watch nature at night, with almost zero risk of disturbance is fantastic; from watching badgers forage for worms to […]

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