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This might be the comprehensive flag volume we’ve all been waiting for – a slick yet detailed and well-researched journey through some of the world’s most infamous and interesting flags
As black rhinos return to an area they were once wiped out, conservationist Ian Craig is optimistic about the future for Africa’s wildlife
Bill Bailey is a comedian, musician, actor and presenter. His latest project is the book, Bill Bailey’s Remarkable Guide to British Birds, available now from Quercus Books
A Spanish cultural divide has been ripped open by the overturning of Catalonia’s bullfighting ban
What will Donald Trump in the White House mean for the growing green economy?
During the four years Fletcher served in 10 Downing Street under Blair, Brown and Cameron, he saw diplomatic relations move from pen-and-paper, through email, to the world of social media
Last year saw several African countries the worst hit by extreme weather events, as developing nations continue to be most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change
A landmark decision has given the green light to creating the largest protected zone of ocean the world has ever seen
A quirk of geology has produced a strange pattern on the American voting map. What is this blue curve, and where does it come from?
Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio unveils his two-year documentary into climate change

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