Monthly Archives: February 2013

More species=less disease

In Good Health.

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This is big stuff happening right now

Last night I watched the new documentary Chasing Ice. It was amazing. The movie is about a scientist turned photographer, James Balog, who wanted to make a difference in the “way he knew how”. In 2005 James hooked up with National … Continue reading

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Understand the language of Nature

Here is a gorgeous clip narrated by the mushroom enthusiast and scientist Paul Stamets. Paul explains beautifully the urgency to run down the path of knowledge and why no matter what, I’m going to die trying to understand the language … Continue reading

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Conservation games: Wildlife Tracker

It seems that one effective way to get kids (and adults!) interested or involved in a subject is to put it in a video game. It can be difficult to put conservation research into game form in a way that … Continue reading

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