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In March of this year (2019), the first spacecraft designed for crew docked at the International Space Station. IAlthough no astronauts were on the capsule, it marks another step forward in the race to commercialise space travel. But will we learn from our mistakes as we explore other planets?
As the world struggles to hold onto its plethora of magnificent species, Cambridge University aims to combat the threat by divesting from fossil fuels.
The summer of 2018, known by many as the hottest UK summer they have experienced, was also a highlight for some of our rare national butterflies. The Large Blue and the Black Hairstreak, in particular, had a splendid season and saw their numbers boost to become their best since monitoring began.
Our planet is losing many of its beautiful creatures. Some you may recognise - lions, tigers, painted dogs. However there are many other species which are experiencing declines in their population. We recently told you about the most trafficked animal on the planet - the pangolin - but there is another animal close to our hearts which sadly faces extinction.