REVIEWS

Twenty one years, sixteen countries, seven continents... RGS-IBG director, Rita Gardner, unveils vivid images from her own geographical travels around the world
by Peter Millar • Arcadia Books • £20 (hardback)
by the National Archives • £25/£21.99 (hardback/eBook)
by Leon McCarron • IB Tauris • £17.99 (hardback)
by Alex de Wall • Polity Books • £16.99 (paperback)
by Jacki Hill-Murphy • Adventuress Publishing • £9.99 (paperback)
An emotional and divisive documentary that explores the trophy hunting and ivory farming industries, ‘Trophy’ asks to what extent Africa’s wildlife can be commercialised, or even killed, in order to save endangered species?

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