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Where in America can the country's various hate groups be found?
The southern US state is sinking twice as fast as previously thought, with human mismanagement of its coast being held largely to blame
An increase in visitors is putting severe strain on Iceland’s ability to cope
Air pollution campaigners hold a disco roadblock, but can it make a difference to public opinion?
Cities the world over are struggling to improve air quality as scandals surrounding diesel car emissions come to light and the huge health costs of pollutants are better understood. Anthony Lambert reports
HSBC has requested a Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil investigation into one of its own clients, Noble Plantations

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Benjamin Hennig explores visions of a world made bright by humanity
The EU has asked the European court to authorise an immediate ban on logging in one of Europe’s last primeval forests, Białowieża, in Poland
Was last year’s El Niño a practice run for future climate change? In part three of a blog series for Geographical, Laura Cole shadows the University of Oxford’s Global Ecosystem Monitoring Network and its work to discover the impact of…
Far from being separate threats, scientists have found links between air pollutants and a rise in type-2 diabetes
Is the official height of Mount Everest accurate?
Where in the world is the highest density of languages? Benjamin Hennig maps the answer

The future of shopping

The next stage in autonomous vehicles is hoping to transform the way we shop
Geographical’s resident data cartographer presents a true picture of the UK following the 2017 General Election
What impact could an unprecedented incident of ‘river piracy’ have on Canada’s Yukon territory?
Norway is to undercut a mountainous peninsula to create the world’s first sea shipping tunnel
Benjmain Hennig explores global mortality with maps
Last winter’s cold conditions contributed a further influx of road salt into the USA’s lakes. New evidence suggests that these environments are suffering from increased salinity

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