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Joey Tabone

CAMPAIGN HERO: Joey Tabone, Chief Executive of the Prince of Wales's charity Start

Matilda Lee

12th August, 2011

The new head of the Prince's green living charity speaks to the Ecologist about ways of engaging individuals and the benefits of corporate partnerships more...
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Are people fundamentally selfish and self-motivated?

Solitaire Townsend and Tom Crompton

24th March, 2010

In this email debate, leading environmentalists Solitaire Townsend and Tom Crompton thrash out that thorniest of questions: do people really care about more than themselves? more...
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iPhone users asked to rat on energy wasters

Ecologist

8th January, 2010

Smart-phone owners are being encouraged to snoop on energy wasters and report them more...
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Atlantic Rising: planting mangroves to fortify coastlines

Tim Bromfield

27th October, 2009

The world's largest ever mangrove planting project is underway in Senegal, providing work, habitat and coastal defence all in one more...

Bats Sing, Mice Giggle: Revealing the secret lives of animals

Stephanie Wallis

7th September, 2009

A new book revealing the bizarre, lesser-known behaviour of animals will make you see them in a whole new light
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Lost in translation

Ed Gillespie

1st December, 2008

The way we present the fight against climate change can be as important as the fight itself. It ain’t what you say, it’s the way that you say it, counsels Ed Gillespie more...
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School Uniformity

Rachel Ragg

22nd September, 2006

The exuberance of childhood celebrated in books such as Just William is now frowned upon as inappropriate behaviour, resulting in more and more children being prescribed behavioural drugs. Rachel Ragg investigates more...
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ASBOs vs Nutrition

Pat Thomas

1st April, 2006

Over 1,000 juvenile delinquents showed a 44 per cent drop in antisocial behaviour when put on a low sugar diet. So why is the government completely ignoring what we are feeding our children, and yet is happy to spend £2,500 on administering each ASBO? more...
Investigations

Meeting Delilah

Lyall Watson

1st September, 2004

She entwined my whole arm in her trunk, held it there as she breathed deeply several times, and then put the tip of her trunk in her mouth and sighed. I came a little closer and let her explore my face and neck freely until I could hear a soft growl of pure delight: the elephant equivalent of purring. more...
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Deafness in the deep

Leigh Calvez

7th June, 2000

A new threat to whales, dolphins and other marine life exists in the worlds oceans, as the US Navys new sonar technology could have huge long-term effects on their whole way of life. Leigh Calvez reveals why the lords of the sea aren't singing any more. more...
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Lessons From Nature

Anthony Wall

30th November, 1999

Episode One - Killer Bees more...

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