All nature


When lockdown hit, the world went local, our worlds shrunk and we started realising the beauty of our local landscapes. Through connecting satellite data with local terrain, we explored new ways of highlighting the beauty of the natural world around us to form unique terrain map art!


We think of biology, ecology and zoology as the sciences associated with wildlife conservation. However, economics, sociology, geography and anthropology are also key aspects of conservation. Most conservationists start out because they love animals. Yet, a lot of conservation involves dealing with people.


Spending time outdoors has been scientifically proven to benefit our wellbeing. I had the pleasure of speaking to Karolina from London Wildlife Trust. In our interview, she speaks about the importance of socialising in outdoor settings and the effects of this on mental health.


Nature is complex and its response to potential future climates remains hugely uncertain. However, the benefits of maintaining and restoring these natural ecosystems in sustainable means are becoming increasingly proven and a key component of the β€œnature based solutions” to tackle climate change.

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