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March 13, 2020

NatureVolve is pleased to announce the release of issue 5 of our online magazine on Monday 16 March!

Packed with quality visuals and fascinating perspectives across science, conservation, art and written word, we are really excited to share this issue with our worldwid...

January 21, 2020

A new study shows that air pollutants from the smoke of fires from as far as Canada and the southeastern U.S. traveled hundreds of miles and several days to reach Connecticut and New York City, where it caused significant increases in pollution concentrations. 

Flames r...

January 2, 2020

Since the start of Australia's fire season in September last year,

the Australian bushfires have killed nearly 500 million animals, including about 8000 koalas - a third of a region's koala population. Millions of hectares of natural vegetation have been destroyed.


Supermarket fridges are a regular sight in our weekly shop, but use a lot of electricity. Estimates suggest they represent 1% of the entire electricity output of the United Kingdom. 

The open design allows us to easily pick up our shopping, but equally allows cold air t...

November 22, 2019

We are excited to announce that NatureVolve issue 5 is now open for entries in its Science & Research and Conservation section! Approved applicants can be interviewed or contribute their own press releases.

NatureVolve bridges science and art by exposing the ideas of ke...

Rezo is a popular 26-year-old YouTuber based in the German university town Aachen, who normally posts funny clips and videos about music on his two YouTube channels. However, on May 18, 2019 he posted an unusually long video, which lasted almost an hour. He called the...

“What did you mean you didn’t know?! I posted it on Facebook!”

How many times have you heard this statement from friends and family members?

Staying away from social media is not easy.

Everyone you know is on a few number of platforms.  Even when you want to switch to an...

October 30, 2019

Four creatives; three visual artists and a musician, share their perspectives on the Amazon Forest Fires and climate change concerns that have stunned communities across the planet. 

Around 76,000 fires were burning across the Brazilian Amazon this year, an increase of...

A new study looking at the effects of natural history films on public awareness has shown that films do lead to increased interest in featured animals.

However, it also shows that the increased awareness does not necessarily result in increased conservation efforts.


October 21, 2019

Orionids peak around 20-21 October usually, where up to twenty meteors can be visible every hour. They aren’t the only meteor shower home to this month however, as the Draconids peaked around 7-8 October.

 ...But let’s get back to the Orionid meteor shower. First of all...

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