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The mountains are calling and I must go, and I will work on while I can, studying incessantly.

- John Muir


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“Frack”-tured Community: Colorado’s Proposition 112 to Direct Future of Natural Gas Drilling

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Stoking the Flames: Climate Change driving the West’s Devastating Wildfires

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The Remarkable Motorsport Team Who Swam to Save Lives, During the Kerala Floods

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An Introduction to Olympic Surfing, with New Zealand’s Paige Hareb

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Getting to the Bottom: What It Took for Priyanka Mangesh Mohite to Climb Everest

Summiting Everest is difficult. However, it’s not all about climbing the mountain itself, especially when you’re 21 and on a budget.

Mass Trekking in India: A Disease For Which We’ll All Suffer

From unreported deaths, to unsustainable human activity and environmental degradation. India's national heritage is at stake.

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This is an opinion article courtesy of Alexander Anghelou who is a psychologist specialising in cognitive behaviour therapy, who is passionate about nature and wildlife.