A fire consumes acres of the Black Forest near Colorado Springs in 2013 (Photo: Tom Cooper/Getty Images) As global warming takes its toll on the environment, wildfires are likely to become more common and more widespread. Is there anything we can do to stop them?
Check out my latest feature and
#longread for the award winning i newspaper in full below or by clicking here to read the original.
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‘I completely disagree with the phrase “publish or perish,” says one voice in a discussion of academic publishing. So what does the digital disruption disrupt in this sector?
Check out part 1 of my coverage of the
London Book Fair for the New York based Publishing Perspectives in full below – or the original here.
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Safety fears have led to mass culls of birds near airports. But are such drastic measures necessary?
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in full below – i paper or the original here.
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Many countries have banned landmines, but millions continue to lie in wait for unsuspecting victims. The methods used to find and deal with them have had to keep pace with their increasing sophistication.
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in full below or BBC Future by following this link to the original.
“Danger: Minefield” are two words with an almost unsurpassed power to stop you in your tracks. It is Paul Heslop’s job to step past them.
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As a case of ‘pop-up publishing’ takes hold in the newspaper sector, what can book publishers learn from this consumer-first approach to print and digital publishing?
On the day of the Unite for Europe march in London, I just thought I would post up my recent interview with
Matt Kelly, editor of The New European for the New York based . Publishing Perspectives
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I have been busy writing some great stories so it’s good to be back on my blog with these two stories that I wrote for the New York based
Publishing Perspectives’ spring magazine.
Continue reading “What is the right balance between copyright and access to education?”