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Read articles by quality authors – you could begin with our featured authors. Set up your own blog to practice writing and seek feedback from friends. Try to choose specific topics as frames on which to base your writing rather than trying to cover very broad topics like ‘peak oil’ or ‘climate change’. These could be inspired by recent news items or events. It is often effective to include aspects from your own experience in your writing in order to add authenticity and help to engage the reader.
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I found a glitch on your website.
Thanks, we depend on your feedback to seek out problems. Please send us specific information about the problem. For example, what is the URL? What specific symptoms did you see? Under what conditions did the problem occur?
Why don’t you …
Yes, please forward your ideas. It’s frustrating because we don’t have the resources to act on one tenth of the good ideas we are given. But we do make progress over time. Again, be as specific as possible.