June 2015

 

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photostoryJacob Maentz

PHOTOSTORY: MOVING LIVES

Jacob Maentz, visually records one of the oldest and most nomadic tribes in the Philippines

 

religionDavid Lewis

RELIGION: ON THE ROAD TO QALANDER

As more than a million Shia Muslims gather, David Lewis joins the chaotic and often brutal Sehwan Sharif pilgrimage

 

thailandVictor Paul Borg

AQUACULTURE: MANGROVE PRAWNS

As Thailand’s organic prawn farms struggle to stay in business, Victor Paul Borg reports on a possible solution

 

taiwanNicky Loh/Reuters

ENVIRONMENT: A NEW LEASE OF LIFE

Visitors to Taipei were once met by rubbish-filled streets. Chris Fitch looks at how the locals are embracing a cleaner lifestyle

 

bloodJohn Boyle/Eunavfor

REPORTAGE: BLOOD RANSOM

There’s a war being fought in the Indian Ocean. John Boyle sheds light on the beginnings of Somali piracy and the effects it has on those caught in the middle

 

vanuatuAUSNEWSDE

TRAVEL: BUILDING A REPUBLIC

Marco Magrini sees how a land of diversity can overcome immense hardship

 

explore-patagoniaTom Allen

EXPLORE: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF DARWIN

When Tom Allen attempted to explore the Santa Cruz river in Patagonia, he discovered the future of this near-pristine wilderness is far from certain

 

discovering-britainDavid Hughes

EXPLORE: DISCOVERING BRITAIN

In this month’s RGS-IBG Discovering Britain walk, Tom Hart finds England’s second city relies on a dam built in a remote Welsh valley

 

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