February 2015

 

Ethiopia She Abdulkadir Tuka WEBShe Abdulkadir Tuka / EMRDA / ODI / PhotoVoice

LOCAL VOICES

As the development sector prepares for a landmark year, Chris Fitch looks at a photography project ensuring that people affected by global progress are having their voices heard

 

GFPH7276 GF MORE REP - WEBGeorge Fischer

NATURAL NEW YORK

Upstate New York is the ‘Empire State’s’ undiscovered hinterland. Tom Hart finds a necessary green revolution in tourism is underway report

 

Chanthaburi Gems644 WEBLuke Duggleby

CHANGING FORTUNES

Few visitors to Thailand have heard of Chanthaburi. Luke Duggleby reports on how the area is now one of the most important trading centres in the world for coloured gemstones

 

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BUILDING A FUTURE

Once it was just a home for Hamburg’s immigrants, but Mark Rowe finds the island of Wilhelmsburg is now at the head of a green housing revolution

 

Perfect-day-paddling-to-King-Cove WEBSarah Outen / Justine Curgenven

THROUGH THE ALEUTIANS TO ALASKA

Sarah Outen describes her kayaking expedition along the Aleutian Islands, part of her journey around the world

 

NH 1002XX NewStuyahok 1404 WEBNick Hall

PHOTOSTORY: ICE LIVING

Nick Hall documents how the Yup’ik people of Alaska have retained their cultural identity by hunting and gathering their food from the landscape

 

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