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The graduate: Christie Stewart

This year has been a big one so far for our fellow graduate Christie Stewart.  Christie, who is currently working as a landscape architect at Fremantle and Broome based design studio… 1,144 more words

Landscape Architecture

Farmers Fields as Nature-conservation Areas

Highly productive agriculture and the protection of biodiversity are hard to reconcile? A joint project involving BASF, farmers and agronomic experts reveals how modern farming can help to protect ecosystems. 77 more words

Nature Conservation

Scotland's ancient forest today

Scotland has two forms of ancient woodland which are markedly different to much of the UK. They contain rare and unique species of plants and animals. 907 more words


APES - Trapping Carbon in the Forest

Complete the worksheet on Trapping Carbon in the Forest (handed out in class).

Be prepared to present informally and discuss your results.

Due Wednesday, April 1st.

AP Environmental Science

Beth's Solitary Bees

We’re creating new work for Lost & Foundto be installed at ONCA in Brighton later this year, based on Dr Beth Nichols project… 341 more words


If you were a tuan, would you vote for burning?

The Maldon Historic Reserve is a Tuan (Brush-tailed Phascogale) Priority Area. Tuans use hollows in the base of trees if there are no higher hollows – and there are very few in this area. 310 more words


The Sapphic Future of Leatherbacks

Climate change may threaten populations by reducing hatchling output and increasing frequency of seasons with 100% female production. – Marga Rivas

Picture this. One hundred years from today you peer out from behind a tree at the Pacuare beach. 327 more words