Professionally I am known by my blog title–Agriculture Vulture, but friends and family call me Chris. I’m a born and bred country boy, spending most of my young life on the borders of Essex and Suffolk, in the United Kingdom. I grew up on my friend’s farms, and gained my passion for nature when my uncle bought me my first pair of binoculars and a bird book, aged 6. Since then, I’ve worked across sectors, including both education and business in many different locations - UK, Australia, South Africa as well as Finland. I am always on my journey into the natural world. I’ve had many stints volunteering for Colchester Zoo’s Action for the Wild, Taronga Conservation Society, and more. For the last two years, I have been merging my love for writing and conservation by creating blog page in the name of Agriculture Vulture. This year, I teamed-up with Leaders in Wildlife Conservation Global because I believe that it's collaboration that will save the world. The world urgently needs held, and there are a host of initiatives worldwide that are doing amazing work. The more we define our commonalities and act positively upon them, the wider our impact will extend. For me, I use my strengths in market tracking, engaging writing, and industrial experiences to shine a spotlight on the key topics and groundbreaking, innovative work being undertaken in the contemporary world. I firmly believe that it is the small things, done consistently, that change the world. And synchronizing my efforts with likeminded people can only contribute towards ‘pulling the world in a positive direction’ and saving our planet's biodiversity, the environment, as well as everything that lives within it.
Agriculture Vulture is a blog page that Chris uses to discuss his research and views on environmental issues, agriculture, and sustainability. The diverse writing styles Chris employs make his articles not only informative, but also engaging and easy to digest.
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