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Swiping for information has become so normal that a trip abroad can sometimes feel like a small amputation
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The geography of smog

As increased pollutant levels hit London and Paris, Geographical looks at how the smoky haze affects the world

World’s lakes feeling the heat

Temperatures in world’s lakes are rising, but data has been sparse. A Canadian-led effort has filled in the gaps
Researchers at the University of Texas have uncovered two gateways on the sea floor that allow warm ocean water to reach the base of the Totten Glacier, speeding up its thinning process

Man on ice

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

Tracking Cyclone Pam

As Vanuatu recovers from the island’s worst ever natural disaster, Geographical looks at how Pacific cyclones are tracked and how Cyclone Pam’s impact will be mapped

Snowden speaks to London

NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, says the UK’s surveillance oversight is ‘worse than the US’ at Nesta’s FutureFest event
Atlantic hurricane development in West Africa could be predicted weeks before formation
African and Asian coastal megacities are at the highest risk from a global rise in sea level, says a new report

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