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An exhibition by Stephen Turner explores the natural life of Britain’s waterways, and how you can make a lot out of something little
How it could be that a fashion and portrait photographer should end up travelling to one of the most remote, perilous places on Earth to take pictures is a story in itself. But this is just one part of the…
Natural disasters are inevitable but the death toll is up to us. Such is the argument in Robert Muir-Wood’s latest, which details how our approach to disasters dictates the human loss of earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis
The Bodleian is rightly regarded as one of the most impressive libraries in the UK, so any publication of its treasures is always going to be something of a special occasion, all the more so for geographers when said treasures…
If you are a reader of Geographical you probably enjoy maps. A second reasonable assumption is that you also enjoy wildlife. Thankfully, geographer James Cheshire and designer Oliver Uberti have combined these two to make an unstoppable book that will…
The most famous justification for climbing a mountain is, of course, ‘because it’s there’. After months of captivity as a prisoner of war during WWII, Felice Benuzzi was so bored – ‘People in prison camps do not live
It’s rare to find insightful contemporary political commentary in what is primarily a history book. Yet this tome could hardly be more timely
‘My plan, such as it was, was to try and work out what was “special” about the Himalayas. This would require both historical research and some tramping around.’

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    As one of the world’s biggest methane emitters, the meat industry has a lot more to concern itself with than merely dietary issues ...
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    In the 2016 London Mayoral election, the city’s natural environment was high on the agenda. Geographical asks: does the capital has a green future, ...
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    Remittance payments are a fundamental, yet often overlooked, part of the global economy. But the impact on nations receiving the money isn’t just a ...
    Dealing with drugs
    While Ebola makes the headlines, a raft of unreported and under-researched diseases are responsible for far more deaths across Africa every year. But ...

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