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Category Archives: Sam
Heading to your first scientific or conservation conference or symposium can be both intimidating and exciting. Networking with your peers and with those in higher positions than you, proving your worth and absorbing heaps of information isn’t easy but it … Continue reading
As many of you know, we run the majority of our courses on a few of the 7,107 (at high tide) islands of the Philippines. SE Asia is home to many beautiful countries and diverse cultures, but this archipelago holds a … Continue reading
After five fantastic years based in the picturesque village of Aninuan, Puerto Galera we made the bold decision to relocate the team and training facility to the quaint city of Dumaguete on the island of Negros Oriental. Aninuan is, and … Continue reading
It has long been said that it is a fine line between love and hate. When you feel passionate about someone or something it has the capacity to lift you up and bring you down, so so down. So I sit here, in El Nido, on Valentines Day, and … Continue reading
Obligatory-tropical-sunset-shot I was going to write this blog about the plethora of achievements the team here has had in the last couple of weeks. I feel like, Christmas festivities aside, we’re powering through as a team, full speed ahead. The … Continue reading
We’re rolling up to the next ZEP, our seventh, and as the Zoox team prepares it struck me that some of you might wonder what we get up to in between the Zoox Experience Programmes. If you’ve been on one of … Continue reading
It’s week eight, and the two ZEP teams are running around finishing off personal projects, Green Fins coordination and trying to squeeze in those activities that “we have to do before we go”, and are evidently too busy to blog! … Continue reading