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Mapping

Benjamin Hennig maps out the global production and distribution levels for diamonds

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Explorers

A pioneering expedition in 2019 will search for the lost Shackleton ship,…

Mapping

New interactive maps combine precipitation and temperature to show climate change in…

Geopolitics

As the Commonwealth prepares to take centre stage, Geographical investigates exactly how…

Mapping

Benjamin Hennig maps out the global production and distribution levels…

Geopolitics

The King of Swaziland unexpectedly renames the country ‘the Kingdom…

Wildlife

NGOs shine a light on the underreporting of wildlife crime…

Wildlife

Pioneering laser photography is being used by scientists on the…

Explorers

Children on the summit of Aconcagua are a rare sight.…

Water

Millions of Americans are living in areas at high-risk of…

Geophoto

Annual competition looks to celebrate island life in all its…

UK

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU is likely to lead…

Opinions

Where does aid go from here? Pablo Yanguas calls for…

Oceans

Increasing interest in offshore aquaculture is dividing environmentalists

Explorers

In this exclusive extract from his newest book, founder and…

Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain trail, Laura Cole walks up…

Energy

Well-meaning promises don’t always have positive outcomes. Marco Magrini finds…

RGS-IBG Events

A selection of RGS-IBG events including lectures and exhibitions around…

Wildlife

The RSPB introduces a new hotline for reporting the unlawful…

Cultures

Growing demands for dairy products from an increasingly wealthy China…

Geopolitical Hotspot

What's in a name? Klaus Dodds looks at the dispute…

Cities

Public transport in India could be on the verge of…

Cultures

Diamonds are perhaps the least modest of all jewels. But,…

Wildlife

With the death earlier this week of the world’s last…


Education Partners

We think a university should be about empowering people to…

Charity Partners

Want to explore new cultures, meet new people and do…

Travel Partners

Intrepid Travel - The award winning small group, adventure travel…

Education Partners

Bath Spa is the university of choice for the study…

Travel Partners

Travel The Unknown – Small group and tailor-made tours

Education Partners

Geography and Environmental Science at Natural Resources Institute, University of…

Education Partners

University of Malta – International Collaborative Programmes

Travel Partners

Cruising to the Heart of Nature

Travel Partners

The world’s largest selection of professionally organised, natural history holidays

Travel Partners

Bringing the ‘French Touch’ to travelling the world’s oceans

Partners

James Aldred in Conversation with Helen Macdonald

Travel Partners

With Valletta being named European Capital of Culture for 2018,…

Travel Partners

From pioneering itineraries through the Northwest Passage by ship, to…

Education Partners

Postgraduate study for the leaders and educators of our future

Charity Partners

Looking for that trip of a lifetime? Has Nepal long…

Education Partners

For graduates of St Andrews' top-rated degrees in Geography and…

Charity Partners

Life-changing adventures with the Jubilee Sailing Trust

Education Partners

University of Hertfordshire – Geography, Environment and Agriculture degrees

Travel Partners

A specialist expedition cruise agency with over 250 years’ combined…

Travel Partners

Oceanwide Expeditions provides quality, unique, of the beaten track adventures…

WORLDWATCH

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Empire 2.0?

With the Commonwealth back in the public eye, we ask if it's a vital alliance for the 21st century, or a throwback to a colonial past

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Adventure Canada

PLACES

Forests

The latest laser scanning technology reveals new insights into the lives of…

Forests

Deforestation is having an unexpected effect in the Amazon: fewer fish

Mapping

New interactive maps combine precipitation and temperature to show climate change in…

Mapping

Benjamin Hennig maps out the global production and distribution levels for diamonds

OPINIONS

  • Aid effectiveness in a changing world
    Aid effectiveness in a changing world
    Where does aid go from here? Pablo Yanguas calls for donor countries to embrace the complex internationalism required for effective development 
  • North Korea: busting common myths
    North Korea: busting common myths
    Would North Korea give up its nuclear weapons? Would an early ‘bloody nose’ attack halt its ambitions? Are economic sanctions the answer? Dr Markus Bell and Dr Marco Milani bust some common myths surrounding the current state of North Korea
  • Tackling the Ganges superbugs
    Tackling the Ganges superbugs
    It’s time to tackle the hidden superbug menace in India’s rivers
  • Smart cities are key to fight against climate change
    Smart cities are key to fight against climate change
    Earlier this month, an international sustainability conference brought together 400 sustainability experts, engineers and political leaders representing 50 ‘Lighthouse’ cities to discuss the threat of climate change

PEOPLE

Explorers

Children on the summit of Aconcagua are a rare sight. James Egemont-Lee…

Explorers

In this exclusive extract from his newest book, founder and president of…

I’m a Geographer

Kristy Leissle is a scholar of the global cocoa and chocolate industries. She…

Explorers

The southwest corner of Western Australia is bursting with unique flora, fauna…

Cultures

Growing demands for dairy products from an increasingly wealthy China are set…

Cultures

Diamonds are perhaps the least modest of all jewels. But, in Antwerp,…

PARTNER CONTENT – SIGMA

  • A vanishing idyll
    A vanishing idyll
    Few sights encapsulate the essence of summer better than a hay meadow in full bloom, and the season is when many wild flowers are at their peak and perfect for capturing with your camera
  • Rock art recording in southern Armenia
    Rock art recording in southern Armenia
    Recording ancient rock art 3,300m above sea levels with the SIGMA dp0 Quattro. Professor Dominic Powlesland, Director of the The Landscape Research Centre, describes these amazing finds
  • Bringing the Mary Rose back to life
    Bringing the Mary Rose back to life
    How the SIGMA dp2 Quattro camera is adding an extra dimension to our understanding of life on the Mary Rose during the 16th century
  • The Wider View
    The Wider View
    Wide-angle photography is perhaps the best way to recreate the natural human eye’s field-of-vision. But you’ll need specialist equipment and expertise to really do the images justice

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NATURE

Wildlife

NGOs shine a light on the underreporting of wildlife crime and call…

Wildlife

Pioneering laser photography is being used by scientists on the west coast…

Polar

Scientists discover how shrubs are dominating the Arctic tundra

Climate

Why is Europe so cold right now? Marco Magrini suggests looking north,…

UK

UK

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU is likely to lead to a…

RGS–IBG News

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Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain trail, Laura Cole walks up Gunnerside Gill,…

Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain viewpoint, Laura Cole visits the Ring of…