Chipping Norton has finest 18th century houses, a church that was a former wool factory, the Unicorn Hotel, countryside gardens and some amazing farm shops. You wouldn’t think it housed a major highway through beautiful private gardens. A highway for hedgehogs!
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Water. Essential for life, and critical for global climate, agriculture, transportation and power generation. For thousands of years, humans have harnessed water, and now scientists are harvesting its evaporation in a bid to produce clean electricity.
The Ocean Cleanup Organization recently set forth on an expedition to chart the Pacific Ocean’s “Great Garbage Patch”. Why is this such an important step in cleaning up the world’s oceans? Read on to find out more!
According to Lera Miles from the World Conservation Monitoring Centre near Cambridge, “Critically Endangered means that a species’ numbers have decreased, or will decrease, by 80% within three generations.” Without a concerted effort to save these creatures our grandchildren will never see them.
It is common knowledge that ecosystems are important, but why are they so important and what is threatening them? Do you know the answers? Test your knowledge about ecosystems and learn more about how humans depend on, and threaten, natural habitats.