Tag: Conservation

Clean Hydrogen Coal?

This is the Suiso Frontier, the first ever liquefied hydrogen transport ship sailing from Australia to Japan as we speak. Billed as being their greatest export since Novak Djokovic, the ship itself is an admirable achievement. Hydrogen is made in different ways, usually from… Continue Reading “Clean Hydrogen Coal?”

The New Green Deal?

So Biden won. Unsurprisingly this is pretty good news for climate change. The bar was pretty low to be fair. In the short term the US will rejoin the Paris agreement having only just left it officially. This essentially pledges them to reduce emissions.… Continue Reading “The New Green Deal?”

Animated Animosity

Are animated animals changing people’s perception of how animals act?

Is the panda endangered?

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is carrying out a reassessment of the giant panda and many suspect that it may not be endangered any more. This news has caused a bit of a scare online, with many uninformed, but well-meaning… Continue Reading “Is the panda endangered?”

Should we close our Zoos?- The verdict.

This was the subject of a BBC shows, Horizon a few weeks ago which I only recently watched . Zoos are always a controversial topic but the show was fairly well balanced and not as critical as it may have been. Despite this it… Continue Reading “Should we close our Zoos?- The verdict.”

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