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We took to the streets of Westminster to take a look at London's part in the Global Climate Strike which saw millions across the world march for climate justice today
The British government today announced a new aid package to support the 700,000 Rohingya people still living in refugee camps in Bangladesh, with the money particularly targeted towards supporting vulnerable women and girls. Geographical speaks to Helen Ware, an aid worker at the camps, to find out why highlighting the plight of women and girls is so important
New analysis of NASA data has led to the discovery of more than 60 sub-glacial lakes hidden beneath the Greenland ice sheet
Increased rainfall intensity, predicted to occur as the climate changes, could benefit groundwater levels in nine African countries
Many scientists believe that jellyfish numbers are increasing, pointing to their remarkable resilience to climate change and the increase in hugely damaging jellyfish blooms. But are jellies really taking over, and if so, what should be done to prevent the jellification of the ocean?
A revolution in digital mapmaking is underway and the implications for industry, the environment and all of humanity are huge
by Caroline Crampton • Granta Books • £14.99 (hardback)
by David Eimer • Bloomsbury • £20 (hardback)
In a landmark case, Australia’s High Court has awarded damages to an Aboriginal group in compensation for historic incursions on their land, opening the way for billions of dollar’s worth of potential claims
As the ocean looks set to get busier due to increasing international trade, improving navigation systems is being seen as vital for protecting both human and marine life

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