My article for New Nature Magazine

Around the end of November last year, nature writer James Common tweeted about an idea that caught my interest. He was thinking of producing a monthly e-magazine, written and produced entirely by young naturalists between the age of around 12-30. Soon enough, a first issue was in the works - and I was given the opportunity to submit an article.

And sure enough, on the 2nd January 2017, the first issue of New Nature Magazine was released online - featuring my article on page 45.

You can read the magazine here.

My article, the last in the magazine, focuses on the CITES Conference of the Parties 2016, and the details and decisions that came out the end of it. It features information about Pangolins, Ivory and Sharks - all of which were discussed throughout the event.

As of the time of writing, the magazine has been downloaded over 5,500 times - a really impressive amount for the first ever issue. I urge you to download and read all the superb articles in the magazine. 'New Nature' will be a monthly e-magazine from now on, so check their website at the beginning of each month to read all the new issues, which I'm sure will contain some great articles from a wide variety of young naturalists from all across the country.

I would like to thank the New Nature team for giving me the opportunity to write for the magazine and for publishing my article. It's been very exciting to see it in print. And to all my readers - be sure to read all the articles from the January issue, and get ready for the release of Issue 2 in early February!


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