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I am The Curious Environmentalist. I am working hard everyday to learn more about the world around me, my place within it, and how we can all do our bit towards a brighter future. You can learn more about how I came to this point in my life by clicking the link below, once you’ve done that make sure you stick around and take a look at our content.

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Explained: Palm Oil

Explained: Palm Oil

Palm Oil We hear a lot about the negative impact of palm oil in the media. We know that it is threatening the orangutan and destroying habitats. However, this is a very basic level of understanding of something that is a very complex issue. Palm oil is essentially an...

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Carnage – BBC (2017)

Carnage – BBC (2017)

So, I am a little late in viewing this film but a few weeks back I watched “Simon Amstell’s Carnage: Swallowing The Past” after being recommended it by my sister. For those of you who haven’t heard of it, it’s a mockumentary about a completely vegan future in the UK....

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What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

From this tiny island, they've watched the sea for 60 years. Here's what they've learned. National Geographic, Florian Sturm.  Researchers on Helgoland in Germany have observed temperature and sea life at the same spot offshore every workday since 1962. The data are a...

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NatureSpy Volunteering.

NatureSpy Volunteering.

Since beginning my degree in 2018, I have tried to undertake some sort of volunteering every year to give me some practical experience alongside the academic knowledge. This is with the hope that, by the time I finish my degree, I will be in a position to get a job...

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Capybara: Species Spotlight

Capybara: Species Spotlight

I have big love for the Capybara. They are one of the animals that baffled my brain when I learnt about them and they have fascinated me ever since. They are essentially a huge rodent. They are the largest member of the rodent family and are closely related to guinea...

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