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The Map's Edge
Dream - Escape - Explore East Africa with The Map's Edge, on a specially tailored trip just for you
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The Map's Edge Nov 3
Great article on renewable energy:
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The Map's Edge Nov 2
Thought-provoking stuff:
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The Map's Edge Oct 29
Lovely light rain for the last 3 days... The short rains?? Just in time, our tanks almost empty, no grass for the cows, pond drying up
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The Map's Edge Oct 24
Restoring an island:
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The Map's Edge Oct 24
The mysterious Lake Kivu:
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The Map's Edge Oct 23
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BirdLife Africa Oct 21
How it started How it's going ⚠️Vulture populations in Africa are crashing by up to 97%!
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The Map's Edge Oct 21
Liz Bonnin talking to Sir David Attenborough - ‘We Have To Believe It’s Possible’ on . Check out this episode.
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The Map's Edge Oct 18
Poor pangolins...
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
Cause for cautious optimism? as long as you wear a mask, flying should be relatively safe, according to this DOD report
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
The next few days will be best for meteor shower - debris left behind by Comet Halley. Just b4 dawn is best - but we saw several last week in early part of the night. Get watching!
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
Replying to @KerrieDoodles
Perfect backing vocals!
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
Replying to @flygirlNHM @drewyhart
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@nrt_kenya Oct 15
Conservancy managers from 39 NRT member community conservancies are meeting virtually with NRT program leads to plan and align our 2021 Financial Year (FY) operational plan and programmes to ensure effective implementation. |
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Population Matters Oct 16
When Norman Borlaug was awarded the Nobel Peace Price in 1970 for his pioneering work to increase crop yields, he highlighted the impermanence of technological fixes under growth. Even technology does not enable limitless growth on a finite planet.
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
Happy Weekend everyone!
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The Map's Edge Oct 17
Climate change likely drove early human species to extinction, modeling study suggests
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The Map's Edge Sep 22
Well said, Sabi...
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WildAid Africa Sep 22
Rhino poaching is decreasing but to keep rhinos safe we need to get serious! Well known South African personality joins a rhino darting to collect DNA and other important data. A microchip is then inserted into the horn to help fight the illicit trade.
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George Monbiot Sep 21
Remember , the amazing, hyper-viral film presented by and me, directed by ? Well, he's just made another one, and it's incredible.
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