The sanitary, economic and social crisis we are living in as a result of the Covid-19 emergence, reflects our interconnectedness with nature. Events such as this one have become, and will become, increasingly more frequent as the barriers between humans … Continue reading Planetary health, for people and nature against Covid-19
-Heather Whalley The last lecture this year for my conservation biology module required each student to put together a short presentation about where they believe the future of conservation biology lies. I can’t speak for the rest of my peers, … Continue reading A Plate Full Of Problems: The Future Of Food Sustainability
-Elliott Lloyd Livestock need drugs to maintain a high food production. Their rearing at high densities create perfect conditions for the spread of disease-causing microbes and parasites that need to be combated using drugs. However there are many negative consequences … Continue reading Livestock On Drugs
-Katy Waters My time at Royal Holloway is now coming to an end and on July 12th my student status will have evolved into that of a zoology graduate. If I could go back in time to 3 years ago, … Continue reading A Few Cheeky Cheats For Zoology Undergrads
Why saving the joke of the animal kingdom may have been worth it. -Miranda Burke That inspired title might imply to you that I think saving these abominations was a bit of a ‘con’. This has always been a widely … Continue reading Pandas – Putting The ‘Con’ In Conservation?