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David Warrell

David Warrell is a professor and International Director of the Royal College of Physicians and Tropical Medicine. A long-standing member of the RGS-IBG medical cell, he co-edited the Oxford Handbook of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine
Arctic exploration is changing. Polar explorer Pen Hadow discusses the new directions with Geographical

In the footsteps of Darwin

When novice horse rider Tom Allen attempted to follow Charles Darwin's route to explore the length of the Santa Cruz river in Patagonia, he discovered that the immediate future of this near-pristine wilderness is far from certain
Although California gets all the current headlines, there are numerous significant drought events occurring elsewhere in the world. Geographical explores why you are not hearing about them
Australia’s inclusion in the Eurovision song contest may be an extreme geographic anomaly, but it’s another example of Europe’s continuing expansion
‘Eternal flames’ from ancient times should interest modern geologists
Georgios-Ioannis Tsianos is a UK-based medical doctor and extreme environment physiologist. His latest endeavour, part of his ‘Ice, Water, Fire’ challenge, is running the 250km Marathon des Sables across the Sahara, in support of biodiversity charity, the Opwall Trust

Report from Dark Mountain

The Dark Mountain project aims to change how people think about the environment. Completely...
Climate change has become the most recent explanation for the low wages of tea labourers in Assam, India, causing yet more tensions between the government, the tea growers and those campaigning on behalf of the poor workers caught in the…
Spending two months alone in a pod in the middle of the North Atlantic might not sound like everyone’s idea of a perfect summer holiday, but for Nick Hancock, single-minded determination to break a record took him to a guano-covered…

Stone cold in Sitka

A devastating landslide near the city of Sitka in Alaska last September has unearthed evidence of early human occupation in the region – a prehistoric hammer or ‘handmaul’

Blazing Trowels

Dinosaur shoes, gender equality and geography combine in a unique archival project

Beeline Britain

Last June, a four-man team became the first people to complete a straight-line journey from Land's End to John O'Groats, by kayaking, cycling and hiking. Tori James recounts the harrowing first leg of the journey - paddling across the Bristol…
Andrew Gorman-Murray is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Western Sydney. His work examines how domestic life has changed in Australia, and explores how natural disasters impact sexual minorities and Australia’s cultural response to climate change

From Makkah to Madinah

A new book uses GPS and GIS to trace the Prophet Muhammad’s route from Makkah to Madinah with increased accuracy

Climate tones

Geography can change the way you speak, and not just through the use of jargon

Man on ice

What would it be like to live on an iceberg for a year? Alex Bellini intends to find out

Owen Hatherley

Owen Haterley is a writer and journalist specialising in architecture, politics and culture. In A New Kind of Bleak, he looks at how the recession changed Britain’s urban landscape

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