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Emma Bryce is an independent journalist based in the UK. Originally from South Africa, she has worked in New York and London, where she is currently based. Her work appears in a range of publications, covering issues relating to the environment, conservation and wildlife, as well as technology and science, more broadly. Bryce writes regularly for The Guardian, where she covers issues surrounding food and the environment on her blog called World on a Plate, and also contributes to WIRED Magazine UK, Audubon Magazine, TED Education, Slate, Yale360, and Vice, among others.
The oasis of Dar Oumira, in southern Morocco, was once a lush palm grove before it became the sparse sand patch it is today, studded with just a few shrunken date palms....
At vast global gatherings like the COP22 UN climate conference, which has just concluded in Marrakech, the seductive grandeur of the occasion frequently strips attention from the people, in faraway places, who...
Moroccans claim you can identify someone as a true Marrakech local if they own a bicycle. The streets of this north African city were once full of ardent cyclists, but in recent...
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- January 06, 2017 | by Bryce, Emma