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Powerful expedition film, screened at the 2018 Adventure Uncovered Film Festival, combines the search for a sustainable planet with the bond between a father and son
Annual photography competition at the Natural History Museum celebrates the enigmatic faces of the animal kingdom, as demonstrated by Marcel van Oosten’s golden snub-nosed monkeys
New research measures the ability of major cities to re-use critical nutrients found in wastewater
We all have to live with buildings, but getting the relationship right can be complicated. A new exhibition at the Wellcome Collection examines the past, present and future of creating healthy buildings
Four new galleries at Royal Museums Greenwich explore Britain’s maritime heritage, and its complicated legacy both at home and overseas
Space race biopic tries to uncover the real Neil Armstrong, the ordinary man at the centre of a geopolitical battle of superpowers
Major earthquakes are triggering seismic activity half the world away
by Simon Lewis and Mark Maslin • Pelican • £8.99 (paperback)
by Charles Lane • River Books • £40 (hardback)

Eswatini: crafting a future

The small southern African nation of Eswatini has a rich history of handicrafts, and is populated by modern artisans. Can this cultural heritage help the country formerly known as Swaziland overcome contemporary challenges?

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