Monthly Archives: April 2013

Death from below, 2013

Bats. You know what bats are right? The little weird creatures that live in your roof, and fly around at night? Harmless beings, that just feed on mosquitoes, moths and other invertebrates that people generally (sadly) don’t like. Well, that’s … Continue reading

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The future conservation value of organic and GM agriculture

Organic food seems to have an overwhelmingly positive reputation in the west. Better for wildlife, better for those eating it, other than a slightly higher price what could you possibly find not to like? On the very face of it, … Continue reading

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Don’t feed the birds?

Fisheries discards have become a surprisingly hot topic of late. Thanks to campaigns such as Hugh’s fish fight it is now relatively commonly known that around 8% of all captured fish are thrown overboard again, where they mostly then die. This … Continue reading

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