Building on what you have learnt in “Introducing conservation”, take these short “Insights” courses to dive deeper into some of these conservation issues. Learn about species prioritisation, marine conservation, the illegal wildlife trade and more. These courses are suitable for anyone interested in wildlife and the environment with no pre-existing knowledge needed. However, it is recommended that you complete “Introducing conservation” before exploring the  “Insights” courses. 


Each course will take you about 4 hours to complete. 

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Course Image Species and spaces
Course Image Species and spaces

Species and spaces

How do conservationists decide what to save and where? With limited resources, find out about the different conservation prioritisation methods and how they are used on the ground.

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Course Image Worth more alive

Worth more alive

Learn what the illegal wildlife trade is and the effects it has on many species. Explore some of the ways illegal wildlife trade is being tackled and what you can do to help.

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Course Image Ocean optimism
Course Image Ocean optimism

Ocean optimism

Why should we preserve the marine environment? Learn about the importance of marine life, the impacts that human activities have and what you can do to help.

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Course Image Scientific expeditions
Course Image Scientific expeditions

Scientific expeditions

What are scientific expeditions? Learn all about how to plan an expedition and how they contribute to conservation, with a special case study on the EDGE Cuba expedition.