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WDC invites businesses to join our brand new Climate Giant project

At WDC, we're thrilled to announce the Climate Giant Project; a brand new initiative that...
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WDC gives Whitehall a wake up call

Just days before climate change talks between the world's leaders begin at COP26 in Glasgow,...

From whale poo to wildfire – it’s not over yet

Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, which will begin on October...

Norway’s whale meat industry has gone to the dogs

Days after the Norwegian whaling industry announced that 575 minke whales were slaughtered this season...

New fingerprint techniques could foil whale tooth poaching

Scientists from King’s College London and University College London have collaborated with imaging and fingerprint experts from the Metropolitan Police to improve techniques that may help prevent the poaching of ivory and whale teeth.

Previously, fingerprinting methods using conventional powders have been largely ineffective on porous materials like ivory. Using newly developed powders, fingerprint experts were able to lift some useable prints up to 28 days after they were deposited on rhino ivory, hippo teeth and sperm whale teeth.