NatureVolve issue 11 release announced

Updated: Jun 10

We are pleased to announce the release of NatureVolve magazine issue 11, with the special theme - conserving our lands, on Friday 10th of June. As we can see below, the front cover gives a taster of some stunning scientific photography to come the Scicomm section, by Karl Gaff, who reveals amazing crystallization patterns.

We begin the issue with the Science section with recent research about land-based ecology and then move onto pressing conservation issues in the Conservation section, particularly in South and Central America.


There is much more to explore in the Art and Written Word sections, as nature’s influence on creatives in clear.

How to read the free digital magazine

Issue 11 is released on Friday 10 June. To receive and download it join our mailing list at www.naturevolve.com/subscribe We would much appreciate if you share the link with others so they can get free access too.


In the following days after initial release on our mailing list, the issue will be shown on our website Naturevolve.com as well as FreeScienceMagazine.com and Issuu.com where it can be read online for free. You may also be able to access the issue through your local library, as it will be made available by the Libby, Zinio and PressReader digital apps.


Want to see the issue in print? Stay tuned at our mailing list at naturevolve.com/subscribe for an update!


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