What is extinction?

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) are a body of conservation practitioners, local groups, big environmental organisations and governmental organisations who all work on the conservation of the world’s biodiversity. The IUCN is probably best known for their RED LIST where species are categorised based of their risk of extinction. From theContinue reading “What is extinction?”

Geography (1)

Geography is a massive, interdisciplinary field spanning from large scale ecological studies (biogeography) to the interpretation and meaning of place and how people interact with it (cultural geography). At its core, it’s the exploration and analysis of how humans interact with each other and the living and the non-living networks on which they depend. So,Continue reading “Geography (1)”

Environmental humanities (1)

The environmental humanities span from the fields of human geography – which is the study of people within and as part of their environment through to literary criticism and the arts. It is a broad examination of the human and its place within the world, including the non-human species that we engage with. The environmentalContinue reading “Environmental humanities (1)”