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6: Relearning How To Recycle – Tips And Tricks

6: Relearning How To Recycle – Tips And Tricks

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 6   Here we are going to talk about all the little tips and tricks you can implement to reduce your waste’s impact and to ensure it actually gets recycled. We’ll also go over things to be mindful of…

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5: Relearning How To Recycle – Facts And Stats

5: Relearning How To Recycle – Facts And Stats

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 5   Theoretically, almost anything can be recycled. However, whether that item is recycled or not depends almost entirely on whether it is deemed efficient and economical to do so. Recycling in itself isn’t that confusing, but all the…

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4: The Plastic Problem – What You Can Do

4: The Plastic Problem – What You Can Do

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 4   If you want to learn about the facts and effect plastic is having on our planet, check out Article 3: The Plastic Problem.   Stop buying so much plastic, make use of what you do have and…

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3: The Plastic Problem

3: The Plastic Problem

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 3   The rapidly increasing production of single-use plastics is overwhelming the world’s ability to dispose of them correctly, hence why plastic pollution is one of the greatest environmental issues. The developing nations of Africa and Asia are responsible…

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2: Far Too Much Food – How You Can Help

2: Far Too Much Food – How You Can Help

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 2   If you want to learn about the facts and stats of food waste, check out Article 1: Far Too Much Food – The Problem.   Wastage happens at all stages of the food life cycle. Food is…

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1: Far Too Much Food – The Problem

1: Far Too Much Food – The Problem

By Emily Wilkinson

Waste Series Article 1   Globally, food is responsible for 30% of our greenhouse gas emissions. We know that meat (in particular beef) is a huge part of that, and all the other steps in production, like storage, transport, pesticides etc. have…

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Travel Advice – we know it’s not all ‘plane’ sailing

Travel Advice – we know it’s not all ‘plane’ sailing

By Emma Whalley

Are you booked on an expedition this summer? Or perhaps you’re considering reserving a place for 2024 but want to know a little more about the whole travel malarkey. Well, you’ve come to the right place; read on to learn Opwall’s latest…

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Tales from Tela & Utila’s Unforgettable Dives

Tales from Tela & Utila’s Unforgettable Dives

By Rachael Griffiths

Hello to my fellow wildlife protectors and conservationists! My name’s Rachael and I am a Science Communicator for Operation Wallacea (Opwall) and recent BSc Wildlife Conservation graduate from Nottingham Trent University.   How did the opportunity come about? The original plan was…

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Where do my expedition fees go?

Where do my expedition fees go?

By Francesca Anderson

We know that our expeditions are amazing and incredible opportunities, and that often the only thing holding people back is the cost. We have a lot of support available to help from the dedicated fundraising team. But one question on a lot…

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Why should you visit a Cloud Forest?

Why should you visit a Cloud Forest?

By Emily Wilkinson

Cloud forests (also known as montane rainforests) are an extremely fascinating type of ecosystem with a diverse range of species and conditions found nowhere else on the planet. Very few people know about these amazing and unique forests, and even fewer have…

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Putting the FUN in fundraising!

Putting the FUN in fundraising!

By Francesca Anderson

Excited about the idea of travelling across the world to help with conservation research on some of the most vulnerable areas on earth, but also daunted by the cost of the expedition? It is a scary amount at first but there are…

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Croatia – That’s a Wrap!

Croatia – That’s a Wrap!

By Susie Stockwell

Written by and photos courtesy of Susie Stockwell, bird team member and author of #itsawildlife blog And just like that, we hit the finish line – a milestone that concludes the six-week-long field season for the team at Operation Wallacea’s Croatia project…

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