Voices For The Future is a platform for pre-university students under the age of 18 to have their say about environmental issues, travel, community and nature. We always welcome budding young writers so if you would like to get involved please register your interest by emailing blogging@frontier.ac.uk for details on how to apply.

Tuesday
Jul182017

The Effects of Global Warming on  Mangroves

Mangroves have been a beneficial source of life from the start. Whether it be protecting the coastal communities, providing for the local fisheries or even providing shelter for sea creatures such as small fish and sponges, mangroves have had a remarkable impact on the lives of both marine and land animals.

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Monday
Jul172017

How To Become A Global Citizen 

Today, at least 46% of the global population use the internet and this figure is constantly on the rise. The modern age is coming to be one of a far smaller world than ever before, making it easier than ever to commit yourself as a global citizen.

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Monday
Jul102017

Shark Conservation: Why Is It Important To Protect Our Ocean  Predators?

The rise of blockbuster films such as Jaws and Sharknado and their depiction of sharks as terrifying, merciless human-killers has very much promoted an 'us vs them' mentality surrounding sharks - but are they really deserving of such an infamous reputation?

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Friday
Mar312017

10 Natural Wonders For  Backpackers

In a world where all-inclusive holidays can now be booked from a click of your mouse, it's easy to lose sight of what it truly is to ‘see the world’. Here are 10 natural wonders for you to reconnect with the Earth.

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Monday
Mar202017

Why You Should Visit A Botanical  Garden

Botanic gardens are situated all over the world in some of the most beautiful locations. There is a garden situated in every continent, allowing you to tick off your travel list whilst appreciating the beautiful nature they display.

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Thursday
Feb092017

Life On Mars: Are We Destined For The Red  Planet?

If you've been near the internet of late, you'll have seen plenty about our neighbour Mars. Recently, Trafalgar Square was transformed into a Martian landscape, encouraging discussions about visiting the Red Planet; discussions that are becoming a reality...

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Tuesday
Jan312017

Top 5 Gap Year Activities In California

Without doubt, America contains some the most infamous landmarks and attractions in the world. California is a goldmine in terms of amazing sights and unforgettable experiences.

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Wednesday
Dec072016

The Top 5 Gap Year Activities In Australia

If you're planning a gap year Australia is a great place to start, with it's striking landscapes and beautiful yet dangerous wildlife instilling a sense of adventure. Here a 5 must-sees Australia has to offer:  

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Wednesday
Dec072016

6 Facts You Didn't Know About Out Planet

We all know that our planet has a variety of incredible natural traits, however, some of us are unaware of the unspoken impact that they actually have upon Earth’s inhabitants.

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Wednesday
Dec072016

City Farms: The Benefits They Bring To Urban Communities

City farms are rural environments co-existing within an urban setting, and provide many positive effects on their surrounding environment and communities.  

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