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The reliance on outsourcing for processing UK immigration cases is a major cause for concern: users report a multitude of problems spanning from a lack of appointments, dispersed and minimal accessible sites, contradictory correspondence, a ‘maze of misinformation’ and ‘Kafkaesque’…
Why avocados, coffee and citrus fruit are driving a need for a greater cooperative integration of agricultural practices around the world
What lessons can we learn from the build up and ramifications of one of mankind’s greatest expedition into the unknown?
Since the 2010 earthquake in Haiti the way in which data has been collected during a humanitarian crisis has changed. But we still aren’t using it to maximum effect. New research sheds light on what’s going wrong, and how we…
Professor Stephanie Barrientos is a researcher at the Global Development Institute at The University of Manchester
Andrea Rasca is the founder of Mercato Metropolitano, a vibrant food market in Elephant & Castle, London which hosts a cookery class run by refugees. It is also a wider movement, calling for an improvement to the global food culture
Kate Robertson is the co-founder of One Young World, an NGO that identifies, promotes and connects the world’s most impactful young leaders to create a better world, with more responsible, more effective leadership
Professor Amin Al-Habaibeh, professor of intelligent engineering systems at Nottingham Trent University, describes the energy potential of the Sahara 
Professor Saffa Riffat explains the potential of Floating Deep Farms to feed the world’s ever-increasing population 
It’s time to listen to the children, says Marco Magrini
In October 1985, consultant mining engineer Chandra Durve and Dr Edward Ferrett, then head of the Faculty of Technology at Cornwall Technical College wrote an article for Geographical about tailings dams and some of the dangers they pose. The article, reproduced…
Innovative efforts and passionate activism by tomorrow’s generations are making real differences around the world
Gary Fuller is an air pollution scientist at King’s College London. His new book, The Invisible Killer: The Rising Global Threat of Air Pollution – and How We Can Fight Back, is published by Melville House
We’ve reached a critical juncture in the illegal poaching of some of our planet’s most endangered species and technological advancements might be the key to tipping the balance
There’s an unexpected issue with post-Brexit Britain that could dramatically affect UK business owners
Using computer simulations, cultural evolution researcher Alex Mesoudi analyses the impact of migration and challenges the belief that it harms a host country's cultural identity 
Architect Kelvin Campbell presents the case for ‘making massive small change’, a way of rebuilding neighbourhoods from the bottom up to transform urban lives

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