Tag Archives: Cambridge

Earth Day 2015! Google Doodle, footprint calculator and CCF Oliver Rackham memorial walk at Hayley Wood

Happy Earth Day! I guess it’s a day when we celebrate this planet that we live on, all that it provides, and the diversity of life that can be found on it (and no where else in the universe, so … Continue reading

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Climate and sustainability

Attended the Cambridge Climate & Sustainability Forum as a participant for the first time today, having been in the organising committee the past two years. And I must say, it’s pretty good being able to fully enjoy the talks without worrying … Continue reading

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The heat is on.

This week’s issue of Nature seems to have a fairly large focus on ecosystem conservation, and in particular, protected areas (in light of the World Parks Congress to be held in Sydney, Australia next week). The editorial Protect the Parks … Continue reading

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From beef to mush – the last geology field trip.

It has been a pretty good past two or so weeks. My third and very sadly, last geology field trip (7 – 17 Apr 2014). I don’t think I ever got round to blogging any of my field trips here … Continue reading

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Outreach and education.

It’s been a long while since I last updated this blog. I realise back home, I would blog my outreach experiences, whether they were participation in citizen science projects (TeamSeagrass, Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey) or guiding or booth outreach; I … Continue reading

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One year on – and hopefully many years to come.

Last week (6 Feb) was a fairly momentous one for me. I officially handed over the Nature Society, which I founded about a year ago (27 Jan, according to one of my blog posts), to a new committee (: The … Continue reading

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Inspiring closing keynotes are key – Cambridge Climate & Sustinability Forum 2014

So once again I found myself in the organising committee of the Cambridge Climate & Sustainability Forum 2014 (Theme: The Heat is On! Innovations Now.), a student-run conference on climate and sustainability issues support by Cambridge Hub. I was involved … Continue reading

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