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How you can save the bees

The bees are in trouble. Not just Honeybeeโ€™s, who make the sweet goo that goes wonderfully on a piece of buttered toast, but all bee populations have been declining steadily over the last few years. We, and by โ€œweโ€ I mean the human race, are primarily to blame. Insecticides, pollution, global warming, and monocrop farms… Continue reading How you can save the bees

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Sylvia Earle

Yesterday was National Women's Equality Day, so in light of that, I thought I would share with you the woman that continues to inspire me every day. Sylvia Earle Image from Restorative Leadership: Dr Sylvia Earle - Protecting the Real World Bank Early in the year 2015 when I was just a first year Marine… Continue reading Sylvia Earle

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The Ocean Action Pod

Throughout my degree, and even now, I always get asked what my ideal job would be. My answer always used to be "something that involved conservation". Then I graduated, and realised that jobs are hard to find, so I started to be more sensible with what I applied for, and applying for jobs that I… Continue reading The Ocean Action Pod

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Friends Forever

There are many relationships present in the ocean, between many different (and sometimes completely opposite) animals. In science speak, two animals have a relationship if they interact in some way, with one another. These include; predation, competition, and symbiotic relationships. The main relationship I'll focus on today is symbiosis, which is a close relationship between… Continue reading Friends Forever

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Waves 101

There are so many places around the world that have incredible swell. Hawaii is famous for its rich surfing history, and waves perfect for longboards. It is also famous for having one of the best breaks in the world, Pipeline. But what causes these amazing waves, and how can places like Mavericks get 15+ meter… Continue reading Waves 101