Jacob Dykes

Scientists are using sophisticated data modelling to predict how cities will develop. How will our urban futures look if we embrace sustainability over fossil-fuelled development?
Increasing reports of seized jaguar fangs and skin suggest that demand for jaguar parts has grown in the past decade, particularly in China. As relations between Latin America and Asia strengthen, criminologists and conservationists are concerned that a formal market for trafficked jaguar parts could reverse critical conservation progress
Four ex-circus lions discovered in France are due to be re-housed at Born Free, invigorating the call for EU-wide ban on wild animals in circuses
With widespread antibiotic resistance looming, researchers are attempting to create new antimicrobial surfaces
Following the toppling of Bristol’s Edward Colston statue, Geographical looks back at other times when statues have been removed in condemnation of historic forces of oppression
A new study from the University of Bristol has successfully predicted the economic recovery of small businesses following natural hazard events using social media
As the world pauses to reflect on biodiversity protection, one non-profit is empowering disadvantaged individuals to capture biodiversity’s beauty, and become ambassadors in their communities
In the Eastern Cape of South Africa, Munu – a blind black rhino – has become an ambassador for his species, opening the world’s eyes to the critical conservation philosophy that ‘every rhino matters’
A newly discovered microbe could uncover how soil absorbs carbon and promotes growth

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