20 of the best outdoor activity breaks in the UK
These isles are alive with natural wonders - and experts who can get you close to the edge. From river-swims and packrafting to trail running and via ferrata, here are 20 great...
2 days ago - The Guardian
South Korea bans importation of “The Cove” dolphins
By Erica Cirino It's been nearly 9 years since The Cove brought the story of dolphin massacres in Taiji, Japan, and the issue of captive cetaceans before the eyes of millions...
11 days ago - National Geographic
Funding for Marine Mammal Commission ekes through 2018 Federal Budget plan - but there's more work to be done
North Atlantic right whales are facing a breeding and survival crisis, due in large part to entanglements in fishing gear. Humpback whales are dying in unprecedented numbers...
17 days ago - National Geographic - 2 articles
WCS Bangladesh Marine Megafauna Survey: Day Two with a New Discovery from F.B. Jobeda
By Shanta Shamsunnahar [Note: This is the third blog in a series about the WCS -led marine megafauna survey, which is gathering data on whales, sea turtles, sharks, and other...
2 monthes ago - National Geographic
Day to Night in Robson Bight
This image of B.C.'s Robson Bight was created as part of renowned photographer Stephen Wilkes' Day to Night series by combining hundreds of images taken during a 26-hour period...
2 monthes ago - CG Compass
Setting Sail for the Bangladesh Marine Megafauna Survey
By Elisabeth Fahrni Mansur [Note: This is the first in a series of blogs about the Bangladesh Marine Megafauna Survey being conducted by the WCS Bangladesh program]. The...
3 monthes ago - National Geographic
10 little gems on the UK coastline
Forget Brighton, Bournemouth and Blackpool - the British coast is dotted with magical spots few people visit or even know about. Here are 10 of the best Tucked away on the...
10 monthes ago - The Guardian
Fewer than 30 vaquita porpoises remain on the planet. Is it too late to save them?
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is turning to dramatic tactics to fight the eradication of the world's most endangered sea mammal
10 monthes ago - LA Times
The headlines of Very International People
Kate Middleton has gone into labour, another Royal baby is almost here
The 10 best places for afternoon tea in the UK revealed
The Mail on Sunday's Sarah Turner gives her verdict on the best venues around the UK to enjoy the much-loved British tradition.
See the Many Epic Outfits From Beyoncé's Second Coachella Performance
Beyoncé made history last weekend when she became the first Black woman to headline Coachella, and she did so masterfully. Not only did she display the best of what live...
Let's catch you up on where each ‘Westworld' character left off
There are no bathroom breaks during “Westworld,” the HBO series that centers on a futuristic, Wild West-themed amusement park where humans can live out their wildest fantasies...
7 ways to use up and recycle firewood ashes
If you're never sure what to do with the ash from your fireplace, don't be too quick to dump it, give these helpful tips a try instead. Every time you light a fire, you create...
How to substitute stevia in baking and preserves
Any baking that uses stevia in place of sugar should be eaten within a couple of days. Words: Jane Wrigglesworth Stevia can be used in baking and preserving, but some...
What's On: Royal New Zealand Ballet's Dancing With Mozart
Great music inspires great dance, as the Royal New Zealand Ballet presents an eclectic programme of four works - classical and contemporary - inspired by the music of Mozart...
Couple transform vintage van into a camper they use to roam Britain in
Scott and Ellie Morgan from Bristol bought the 1990 Fiat Ducato after deciding to go travelling around the Brecon Beacons in Wales following the loss of their unborn child.
Survivors of air accidents reveal how they got onto planes again
Survivors of air accidents often proclaim that their survival was a miracle. But what follows is another kind of miracle: Many survivors manage to fly again. Here they reveal how.
One in eight bird species are at risk of global extinction
A report from BirdLife International, based in Cambridge, monitored bird numbers across the globe. It found that one in eight bird species are at risk of global extinction.