Environment Science

Climate change impacts krill migration patterns

The British Antarctic Survey have revealed that krill populations in the Southern Ocean are shifting towards the Antarctic pole due to climate change. Krill are a fundamental prey species that form a staple part of many marine animals’ diets’ including whales, penguins, seals and fish. These small crustaceans are likely the most abundant species on the […]

Environment Review Science

Review: ‘Icons on Ice: Innovations in Polar Bear Conservation’ – Rod Downie

Rod Downie is WWF’s Chief Advisor, Polar Regions. He delivered a special guest talk as part of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s (RSGS) national talks programme, ‘Inspiring People’. With over 90 lectures across mainland Scotland in 2018-2019, the series hosts a range of professionals, from explorers to scientists to photographers, to tell their stories and […]