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Trump vs Attenborough

Trumps denial of the ecological meltdown continues, as the great British naturalist tells UN summit leaders that the fate of the world is in their hands.

Behind the lens with Stephanie Foote

Stephanie Foote is an emerging wildlife photographer on a mission; to use her camera as a tool to bring people closer to nature and highlight the threats to wildlife around the world. In this interview we talk about tracking foxes, hedgehog hardships and more.

The Vanishing Vaquita: Witnessing a species fall out of existence

Today is International Save the Vaquita Day, an event to raise awareness and appreciation of the world’s most endangered marine mammal. But how has the Vaquita – the smallest and most elusive of the porpoise species – ended up on the brink of extinction?

Posted in Species Spotlight

The Unconventional Conservation Group That’s Saving the Ocean

As the organization celebrates 40-years of marine conservation, an Under the Skin reporter sat down with Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson, to discuss the pros and cons of direct action, and the key to saving our oceans. We talked about pirates, politics, and much more.

Tracing Wallace’s Footsteps in Borneo

Another Escape editor Rachel Taylor recounts their experiences in Borneo, in the Malay Archipelago, which helped inspire our collaboration to create The Wallace Series.

Posted in Field Trips

The Darwin-Wallace Theory: The Theory of Natural Selection

A snippet of one of our articles created in collaboration with Another Escape as part of ‘The Wallace Series’, our curated selection of endangered animal prints that pay homage to the great British explorer, biologist and naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.

Posted in Engage & Educate