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Nature & Environment 

World Environment Day

Saturday 5th June is World Environment Day. Check out our FREE courses, articles and other content related to the environment and nature.

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Science, Maths & Technology 

Take a trip to infinity

The concept of ‘infinity’ has enchanted and perplexed the world’s leading mathematicians for centuries. Through her outreach work in schools, Dr Katie Chicot, Staff Tutor in the OU’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics, has been introducing thousands of students to the wonders and mysteries of the infinite. Let her be your guide for a brief excursion through eternity.

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OU on the BBC: Saving Species

Celebrate biodiversity and wildlife conservation with Radio 4's weekly Saving Species

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OU on the BBC: Saving Species - About the 2010 series

To mark the International Year of Biodiversity 2010, the BBC and The Open University come together for a special series of radio programmes.

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Nature & Environment 

iSpot: your place to share nature

Get started with sharing your wildlife observations through the iSpot community

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Earth Reporters: Damming the Mekong

Episode five: Thitarat Sriwattanapong takes us on a trip down the Mekong River and introduces us to the people who earn their livelihoods on it

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Nature & Environment 

Caretakers of the future

It was the belief of Cheikh Mamadou Abiboulaye Dieye's father that human beings are the caretakers of the future which influenced his decision to become an engineer, politician and mayor of St Louis, Senegal. He talks about how he is helping Senegal to adapt to environmental issues

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5 mins
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OU on the BBC: Saving Species - On location

Extended interviews, field reports and exclusive conservation stories from the Saving Species team

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Nature & Environment 

Are British beavers a good thing?

There are projects in action that are reintroducing beavers back into the UK, but have we bitten off more than we can chew?

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Beavering away

Beavers were once plentiful in the UK, but what happened to them?

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OU on the BBC: Saving Species - Expert insight

Learn more about biodiversity and conservation issues with these articles from the Open University's team of expert academics

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Kiss the rest goodbye?

Nature television presenter Chris Packham explains how he first became aware of environmental concerns

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