Changing the World One Drop at a Time: An Interview With No Water No Life

March 22 is World Water Day. It is a day when the Government’s and the people of the world come together to support concrete activities regarding the world’s water resources. I interviewed Alison Jones from No Water No Life and asked her to share her experiences and highlight some of the most pressing water related […]

Conservation through the Camera Lens: An Interview With iLCP

This week I got the chance to interview a representative of the International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP). They’re a great conservation organisation that are using the camera lens to make a positive change in our world. Take ten minutes out of your day to find out more about them. I’m sure there are going […]

A Look Behind the Headlines: Elephant Poaching in Malawi

This Christmas, the Independent – a British Newspaper – is running a campaign to raise money for elephant conservation. The publication earlier this week of an article by the National Geographic highlights just how serious threats against elephants are. Coming from a background in environmental conservation, this issue is something I feel strongly about. To […]

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