August 2018

 

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TIGHTENING THE BELT

China's Belt and Road Initiative represents one of the largest infrastructure projects in human history. But while there are suggestions that it will act as a stimulus to global trade, concerns are also growing about its potential wider impact and about China's true motives


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FIRE AND BRIMSTONE

In a remote corner of Indonesia, the sulphur miners of the Ijen crater carry out one of the world's toughest jobs


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LIVING WITH ELEPHANTS

An NGO in a remote corner of Botswana is working to solve elephant/human conflicts


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AN ALPINE RETREAT

An aquarium on the outskirts of Lausanne, Switzerland, is challenging our understanding of climate change


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AIR JORDAN

Earlier this year, a group of intrepid paramotor pilots were invited to explore Jordan's ancient ruins from the air

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