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Wrapped around the northwestern edge of County Londonderry, Binevenagh encompasses a dramatic and varied coastal landscape that forms the backdrop to one of the world’s most beautiful train journeys, according to one writer
Coastal researchers are undertaking innovative analysis into the impact of waves on the UK shoreline, to draw-up a specialised approach to future sea defences
Stretching along the Northern Ireland coast from Ballycastle to Larne, this area of deep valleys and spectacular cliffs shares a rich cultural legacy with nearby Scotland. It’s also home to the odd bird or two

A growing community

For this month’s Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Discovering Britain walk, Olivia Edward discovers how a committed set of agriculturalists has breathed new life into a neglected part of Nottingham’s inner city
Marc Grainger visits Dorset, where the wildlife-rich lowland heath is just a stone’s throw away from one of the world’s most geologically important coastlines

Flat land

This month, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Discovering Britain walk takes Olivia Edward through rural Essex to the Thames estuary, where she’s delighted by a fascinating ‘land of horizontals’

Alien views

The tabloids would have us believe that immigrants are taking our houses, our jobs, our school places and our hospital beds. But a close reading of the research reveals another, more nuanced story

Carved from stone

For her latest Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Discovering Britain walk, Olivia Edward visits Shropshire to learn how glacial meltwater has shaped the history of one of England’s most picturesque market towns

Bombs and bustards

Our series showcasing the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Discovering Britain walks continues as Olivia Edward learns how the military has helped to keep a large part of Salisbury Plain safe from harm

The story of the river

In the latest Discovering Britain walk, Olivia Edward gains a fascinating insight into the development of the historic Thames-side town of Marlow

Water in the Balance

As southeast England mops up after another bout of serious flooding, last year’s drought seems a world away. But it raises the question – how can we reconcile floods and droughts and give the country some form of hydrological stability? …
A lowland valley straddling the counties of Essex and Suffolk, Dedham Vale AONB encompasses a rural idyll of sleepy farming villages dotted about a gently rolling landscape either side of the River Stour
Olivia Edwards explores Scotland's Solway Coast 

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