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Alison Jolly first visited Madagascar in 1962 and, over the following decades, established a soaring reputation as a primatologist with an endless fascination for lemurs
In alarmingly direct fashion, Morton opens with two questions: ‘Do you believe the risks of climate change merit serious action aimed at lessening them?’ and ‘Do you think that reducing an industrial economy’s carbon-dioxide emissions to near zero is very…
The prestigious CIWEM photography competition reveals the year’s best images and video aimed at putting environmental issues at the fore
New exhibition by painter-explorer Tony Foster depicts natural beauty around the world, as nominated by distinguished ‘luminaries’
Brace yourself for Embrace of the Serpent – it explores the dark and difficult history of colonialism in the Colombian rainforest, from the eyes of the people that lived there
Who is the real Aung San Suu Kyi? Despite the fact it’s hard to mention Myanmar without including her name in the same breath, it’s a far more complex question than we might otherwise think.
Renowned plasma physicist, Melanie Windridge, runs rings around the northern hemisphere in her new book. From Sweden to Svalbard, northernmost Canada to Scotland, she chases the illusive but immortal northern lights in search of the perfect aurora.
The perilous coastal waters of Australia claimed many victims during the 17th and 18th centuries. 

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