Pemcast: Wildlife Photography
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Pemcast: Wildlife Photography

[Interviewer]: Hi Josh, thank you for coming to talk to me today, about wildlife photography. I wonder if you could just start by telling me a bit about yourself and how you kind of got into this? Josh Harris]: Yeah so I’m now in second year studying Natural Sciences, and I started photographing wildlife when […]

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The Endangered Landscapes Programme – Our Vision
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The Endangered Landscapes Programme – Our Vision

The Endangered Landscapes Programme has a bold and exciting vision, in which restoration of degraded ecosystems create landscapes where natural processes are reestablished, where species can move and adapt to climate change, and where people can reconnect and enjoy personal, exciting, and life-enriching interaction with the natural world. Europe has a rich and diverse natural […]

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Understanding Warfare: An Evolutionary Approach
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Understanding Warfare: An Evolutionary Approach

I am pleased to welcome Michael Wilson, Associate Professor in the Departments of Anthropology and Ecology, Evolution of Behavior at the University of Minnesota. As an evolutionary anthropologist, he studies the behavior and biology of chimpanzees. His research on our closest living relatives reveals fascinating insights into our evolutionary past. His main focus is on […]

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