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Evelyn Habasa is the founder of Ride 4 a Woman, a not-for-profit organisation set up to support women living in Bwindi, Uganda who are struggling with issues such as HIV, domestic violence and poverty
Benjamin Hennig maps the two sides of global malnutrition – undernourishment and obesity
A carbon offsetting programme in Tanzania’s Yaeda Valley is giving value to an indigenous community and addressing climate change at the same time
Angus Parker examines the impact of the coronavirus on the stability of the Chinese Communist Party 
Whatever your subject, looking through a macro lens provides an entirely different way of seeing the world, says Keith Wilson
Soil erosion is rapidly becoming a worldwide problem and a threat to global food security, but new research suggests that individual countries can take action
Klaus Dodds turns his attention to Ukraine and examines the growing influence of China in the region
Trials conducted to block mosquitos from transmitting dengue fever to humans have proved successful in Malaysia
Thomas Bird reports on the coronavirus, speaking to those trapped in Wuhan and beyond, and unpicking the ways in which tradition and geography have accelerated the spread of the virus [Figures updated 7th February]
German physicist, biologist and photographer, Andreas Kay was based in Ecuador and chronicled the country’s amazing array of small creatures, creating a 28,000-image strong photographic collection. Diagnosed with glioblastoma, one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer, Kay, 59,  passed away last year, leaving behind an unparalleled body of research and imagery...
Prestigious photography competition returns for a third year
Wildlife rangers are critical to global conservation. However, little research has been undertaken into how they work. Joshua Powell led an expedition to examine the role of rangers in Central Asia and Europe [photography by Stephanie Foote, Elizabeth Streeter and Oli Broadhead]
 New evidence reveals just how persistent some neonicotinoids are in the environment, raising questions for the countries that still allow their use
Scientists are using underwater loudspeakers to attract fish species back to degraded coral reefs
For years, China was the go-to destination for exporting the West’s refuse material. But with an import ban now in place for everything from plastics to e-waste, and a growing global population producing an ever-greater amount of rubbish, what exactly is the future for a world awash with garbage?

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