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Chloe Connolly
Birmingham City University
French, Spanish and European Studies graduate and Teach First LDP participant, training to be a languages teacher. I like to write about culture, the environment and travel!
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The so-called 'gateway to the Cordillera Blanca' isn’t just about the mountains.

Highlights of Huaraz, Peru: snow-capped mountains, turquoise lakes and Seeds of Hope

The so-called 'gateway to the Cordillera Blanca' isn’t just about the mountains.

This year's WIZZ Youth Challenge is ready for take-off.
Only around 100 are left roaming in Russia and north east China.

ENDANGERED: The Amur leopard

Only around 100 are left roaming in Russia and north east China.

Launched in April, the museum in Ciudad Real showcases artwork from 450 people with disabilities.

The worlds largest open-air urban art museum Titanes champions social inclusion

Launched in April, the museum in Ciudad Real showcases artwork from 450 people with disabilities.

Research finds that Brits can basically find any excuse to bake.

Make way for Generation Baker: Pet birthdays and coming out amongst top excuses to bake

Research finds that Brits can basically find any excuse to bake.

Endangered species, like the Mexican grey wolf, could be in peril.

Trump’s Mexican border wall could have a detrimental effect on wildlife

Endangered species, like the Mexican grey wolf, could be in peril.

We are desperately close to losing the world’s rarest marine mammal once and for all.

ENDANGERED: The Vaquita

We are desperately close to losing the world’s rarest marine mammal once and for all.

Ministers want to lift a four-year hunting ban in order to control the largest elephant population on the planet.

Botswana government unveils plan that recommends using elephant meat as pet food

Ministers want to lift a four-year hunting ban in order to control the largest elephant population on the planet.

A state of emergency has been declared.

Polar bear invasion in Russia: a global warming wake-up call

A state of emergency has been declared.

Few people realise the industry is the second largest polluter in the world.

How the fashion industry is destroying our planet, one cheap garment at a time

Few people realise the industry is the second largest polluter in the world.

“Portugal will continue to welcome British tourists!”

Portugal announces plans for British tourists amid no-deal Brexit threat

“Portugal will continue to welcome British tourists!”

The blue macaw parrot that inspired the film Rio is now extinct in the wild.

Species we are on the brink of losing in 2019

The blue macaw parrot that inspired the film Rio is now extinct in the wild.

Critics say that the government is at fault.

Outrage after large numbers of fish found dead in Australian river

Critics say that the government is at fault.

Would you try the traditional Roscón de Reyes?
Has the Christmas spirit got lost in schools?

Primary school children asked to research whether Santa actually exists

Has the Christmas spirit got lost in schools?

An indigenous group dipping their toes into modernity.

Culture Dive: The Himba people of Namibia

An indigenous group dipping their toes into modernity.

Its means of production needs to be altered.

How you can help the production of palm oil become sustainable

Its means of production needs to be altered.

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