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Environment development and ecological rehabilitation in Kuwait

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Kuwait does its utmost to combat desertification – EPA

Kuwait News

Kuwait is leaving no stone unturned to overcome desertification that covers approximately 75 percent of this Gulf country’s territories, a senior environment official said here on Tuesday.  127 more words


The Refreshable Resource: Project Gutenberg

The internet is a fantastic resource for people in any field, and environmentalism is no different. To just give one example, there’s a library’s worth of environmental texts available as free E-books on… 218 more words


March Of Snowdrops

A few years ago, a friend gave me a barely liftable, large trug of snowdrops.  I was very, very grateful and happily began adding them to the Priory’s meagre showing.  511 more words

English Country Garden

The Quest for Mountain Mahogany: Part 2

With my recent interest in making uilleann bagpipes, I have become aware of the importance of rainforest wood conservation.  I have been searching for a North American wood that is a suitable alternative to woods like ebony, cocobolo and lignum vitae.  291 more words

Uilleann Bagpipes

151MC: Presentation of final images

My original intention for presenting my final body of work was in a book which I would of made myself. However after making many versions of the book layout in Adobe InDesign I was struggling to ensure that the book layout worked properly. 759 more words

Assignment 1

Malayan Sun Bear

Exciting news! I have heard that (if all continues going well visa-wise) I will be including the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre in my study of the effects of volunteer tourism on conservation. 193 more words


Anthropocene Apocalypse - 3.6 billion years of evolution all interlinked.

It has taken a staggering 3.6 Billion years for life to have evolved from one single cell in the glutinous soup of oceans that came out of a Billion years of heat, lightning, UV and gamma to create fourteen million species. 205 more words