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Commonly found underground, fossil fuels were formed by what can only be called a particularly lengthy process over millions of years. They were made of ancient...

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Can non-renewable resources be replaced? Transitioning to a low carbon economy will mean radical changes to the way our energy infrastructure is set up but it...

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How does shark finning affect the ecosystem? The loss of these creatures has far reaching consequences for the rest of the ocean. Most sharks are considered to be...

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Have a look at the best posters of graphic design students that participated in a contest to challenge Members of Scottish Parliament to act for the environment.

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The rate at which we are depleting natural resources has led to a lot of debate about their use...Let’s explore some examples of renewable and non-renewable resources.

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Why are rhinos endangered? A rhino horn can be sold for extremely high amounts of money, which makes it even more valuable to black market traders than gold.

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As sea turtle populations decline, so does their ability to fulfill vital functions in the ocean ecosystems. Here are the most important examples of their work.

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Here are some great examples of cooperation between businesses and non-governmental organisations to help the environment that might inspire you into action.

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The process of strip mining involves striping away trees, plants and topsoil so that the coal can be accessed underneath. This means that surface mining destroys...

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Coal extraction, cheap as the process itself may be, is actually very costly to our environment and health. The two are as always linked. So what is the solution?

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