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Megan Smith

Megan Smith is a third year student studying Ecology and Wildlife Conservation in Bournemouth. She has completed work placements with the Research Institute for Nature and Forestry and the UmPhafa Reserve in South Africa, owned by Colchester Zoo. She plans to go on to do a masters degree once she graduates.
Warka Water Towers

Warka Water Towers

Ethiopia is located on the Horn of Africa and is home to a diverse mix of cultures with civilisations originating from North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. Ethiopia is a popular destination for tourists, yet, similar to many…
Leatherback Turtles and Conservation Hotspots

Leatherback Turtles and Conservation Hotspots

Leatherback turtles are of great conservation importance as they represent reptiles that have existed on Earth for over 100 million years. They also provide ecosystem regulation through the consumption of jellyfish, keeping populations in check, and provide vital income for…

Going green in the office

Going green in the office may appear to simply be the latest trend for many businesses but it can actually provide many benefits and rewards for those who implement them. Potentially the most appealing of these benefits being reduced costs.…