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Mapping the litter problem with social-media

Citizen-scientists are being urged to photograph the rubbish they find and post it on social media to help researchers understand the country’s littering problem.

Publication date: 21 February 2022

Orphaned elephants struggle to assess the threat posed by roaring lions

Traumatic events coupled with the lack of experienced adults in elephant family groups can affect the ecological knowledge of younger animals, and ultimately their ability to make crucial decisions when faced with threatening situations.

Publication date: 18 February 2022

Communicating about trees wins competition

A Bangor University PhD student has won a competition led by #SmallNationsBigIdeas which invited researchers across four Welsh Universities to communicate by video the value of their research in tackling global climate change.

Publication date: 3 December 2021

Deforestation: why COP26 agreement will struggle to reverse global forest loss by 2030

This article by Professor Julia Jones, Professor of Conservation Sciences, Bangor University, is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. Read the original article.

Publication date: 2 November 2021

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