January 2015

 

GREEN AND PLEASANT LAND

The long-term trend for Brazil’s rainforest appears to be quietly positive. Mark Rowe asks if the battle for the Amazon is finally being won

 

RUNNING WILD

The re-introduction of European bison into Romania’s Tarcu Mountains may offer a better mix of ecology and economy for the land left behind. Daniel Allen and Cain Blythe report

 

THE VILLAGE OF THE FREED

In Pakistan, bonded slavery is as prevalent now as it has ever been. Luke Duggleby reports on the efforts being made to combat this horrific violation of basic human rights

 

THE SWITZERLAND OF CENTRAL AMERICA

Costa Rica has pledged to become the world’s first carbon neutral country. Sarah Gilbert investigates the eco-friendly haven

 

PHOTOSTORY: THESE WINDY SPACES

A selection of images showing off the stunning and varied landscapes of Scotland, taken from a new book by photographer Colin Prior

 

TO THE SOUTH POLE AND BACK

Eight years after walking solo to the North Geographic Pole, Ben Saunders describe his Antarctic sequel

 

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