Entries in into the wild (14)

Thursday
Jul262012

Volunteer Photo Blog: Zane Morris' Black Hole of Posts Turned Travel Blog!

Check out this great photo blog from Frontier volunteer Zane Morris who is currently out on our China Teaching project. Some amazing photos on here, perfect for anyone looking for an original insight into what this project involves. If you're a volunteer keeping an online record of what your up to and are keen to share with others, please share it with us at Frontier Official.

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Wednesday
Jul042012

Opinions: Going Gaga for Gaia

Our latest Opinions article comes from John Pearson, a Doctoral Researcher and Tutor in International Enviromental Law and Human Rights at the Lancaster University Law School. This fascinating article looks at the need for modern thinking to underpin modern conservation and environmental regulation.

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Friday
Jun222012

Frontier Olympics 2012 - Get Involved!

You'd be forgiven for thinking it's all about London 2012 this summer. However, here at Frontier we wanted to spread the Olympic joy far-and-wide. That's why we've planned the 2012 Frontier Olympics for Frontier camps to run simultaneously with the London games at the end of July. Here's a guide to the games and details of how you can get involved.

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Thursday
May172012

Into the Wild Meets: NHU Africa

Today we speak to our friends at NHU Africa, a wildlife documentary production company based in South Africa. We find out all their latest news, their thoughts on the future of wildlife television and film, and get some advice on what it takes to make it in this competetive industry.

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Tuesday
May152012

Future Volunteer Interview: Sarah Stockdale - Tanzania Orphanage Project

Today we speak to future volunteer Sarah Stockdale who later this year will be heading off to Frontier’s Tanzania Orphanage Project. We asked Sarah a few questions about her upcoming trip, finding out what she’s excited about, what she’s going to pack and a few other bits and pieces.

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Monday
May142012

Top Five: Cultural Festivals

Today Into the Wild is bringing you our top five cultural festivals from around the world. From arts and comedy to a celebration of the dead these festivals have it all...

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Friday
May112012

Project of the Week: Senegal Adventure &Teaching

This week’s project of the week is our Senegal Adventure & Teaching and to celebrate this we’ve decided to do a special offer on the project giving you guys a great discount. So let’s take a look at this fascinating country to bring you all the best things to do, see and eat... 

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Wednesday
May022012

TED talk of the Month

In this new feature, we'll be bringing you one interesting and inspirational talk  courtesy of TED every month. TED is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to Ideas Worth Spreading. TEDtalks was initially designed to share the work of the organisation online, and has gained in popularity massively due to the their broad range of engaging content as well as the inspirational speakers themselves.

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Wednesday
Apr252012

Future Volunteer Interview: Laura Battson - Madagascar Teaching Project

Today we speak to future volunteer Laura Battson who later this year will be heading off to Frontier’s Madagascar Teaching project. We asked Laura a few questions about her upcoming trip, finding out what she’s excited about, what she’s going to pack and a few other bits and pieces.

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Monday
Apr232012

Opinions: How You and Your Business Can Stop the Water Crisis

For some time there has been a constant stream of information about depletion of fossil fuels and rising energy costs. However, as valuable as fossil fuels are to modern life, we can certainly live without them, if we develop the right technologies. Water, on the other hand, is another story.

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Tuesday
Apr102012

Photo of the Week

So it's back to work after a lovely Easter holiday. We hope you enjoyed yourselves. In case you're feeling a little blue, here's a little green frog to cheer you up. This image comes courtesy of Marty Carson.

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Thursday
Apr052012

Project of the Week: Kruger Field Guide Course in South Africa

Our project of the week this week is the South Africa Field Guide Course in Kruger National Park,  so we thought we’d take a look at this beautiful country and bring you all the best things to do, see and eat.

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