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Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain viewpoint, Laura Cole visits a lone tower…

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Expeditions

Mark Rowe walks the rugged coast of the party island of Ibiza…

Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain viewpoint, Laura Cole visits a…

Wildlife

The demand for horseshoe crab blood – vital for testing…

Explorers

Fifty years since the great Blue Nile was first traversed,…

Explorers

When author Lydia Syson set a historical novel on a…

Climate

One of the problems in getting accurate climate science out…

Development

A new vaccination strategy aims to eradicate peste de petits…

Deserts

Biosphere 2 was one of the most ambitious experiments in…

Opinions

Encouraging beavers’ spread will only benefit the environment – on…

Wildlife

Italy is divided over the future of its wolves and…

Opinions

City centres in the UK and other countries, could be…

Development

Over 100 years have passed since São Tomé could claim…

Energy

A Scottish tidal power project in the Pentland Firth has…

RGS–IBG News

The RGS-IBG is dedicated to promoting the benefits and relevance…

Oceans

The world’s first full global analysis of beaches reveals the…

Geopolitics

A new prime minister in Ethiopia has enabled the end…

Crossword

Can you complete this month’s Geographical crossword puzzle?

Geopolitical Hotspot

Klaus Dodds looks to El Salvador's past to explain how…

Cultures

As one of the biggest displays of Caribbean culture in…

RGS-IBG Events

A selection of RGS-IBG events including lectures and exhibitions around…

Development

After 130 years in the diamond industry De Beers recently…


Travel Partners

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Education Partners

University of Hertfordshire – Geography, Environment and Agriculture degrees

Travel Partners

The world’s largest selection of professionally organised, natural history holidays

Travel Partners

Discover hidden depths to your favourite destinations with small ship…

Education Partners

University of Malta – International Collaborative Programmes

Education Partners

Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth University

Charity Partners

Life-changing adventures with the Jubilee Sailing Trust

Travel Partners

North Star Cruises Australia conducts adventure-cruises all around the spectacular…

Education Partners

Our courses tackle the issues witnessed in today’s world, such…

Travel Partners

Cruising to the Heart of Nature

Travel Partners

Coral Expeditions welcomes guests from all over the world on…

Education Partners

Geography and Environmental Science at Natural Resources Institute, University of…

Travel Partners

Bringing the ‘French Touch’ to travelling the world’s oceans

Travel Partners

From pioneering itineraries through the Northwest Passage by ship, to…

Travel Partners

Oceanwide Expeditions provides quality, unique, of the beaten track adventures…

Travel Partners

With Valletta being named European Capital of Culture for 2018,…

Travel Partners

Discover the World - Creating Outstanding Holidays for over 30…

Education Partners

Flexible programmes and gold quality teaching – plus stunning scenery…

Travel Partners

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Charity Partners

Want to explore new cultures, meet new people and do…

WORLDWATCH

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PLACES

Deserts

Biosphere 2 was one of the most ambitious experiments in biospheric science.…

Forests

High-quality, affordable drones can revolutionise the way that landscape and vegetation data…

Mapping

Benjamin Hennig charts the impact of volcanoes on nearby human populations

Mapping

A volunteer-led digital mapping project is at the heart of efforts to…

OPINIONS

  • How beavers will benefit Britain’s ecosystems
    How beavers will benefit Britain’s ecosystems
    Encouraging beavers’ spread will only benefit the environment – on both the North American and European sides of the pond – argues author and environmental journalist Ben Goldfarb
  • The future of the city centre
    The future of the city centre
    City centres in the UK and other countries, could be on the cusp of the biggest upheaval since the Industrial Revolution. Professor Bob Giddings asks who they should be for and what should happen in them
  • Ailing empires
    Ailing empires
    Is the world going through another transfer of power? Julian Sayarer asks where this moment in history might lead
  • The case for ‘pop-up’ vaccine factories
    The case for ‘pop-up’ vaccine factories
    It’s time to stop relying on traditional commercial methods when dealing with disease outbreaks, says Professor Harris Makatsoris

PEOPLE

Explorers

Fifty years since the great Blue Nile was first traversed, Colonel John…

Explorers

When author Lydia Syson set a historical novel on a Pacific island…

Explorers

From Calcutta to the Himalayas, in The Last Englishmen, author Deborah Baker…

Explorers

During her time in Ghana, Sarah Begum experienced the lives of a…

Cultures

As one of the biggest displays of Caribbean culture in the world,…

Cultures

Land rights for the indigenous are still a problem, but is it…

PARTNER CONTENT – SIGMA

  • A vanishing idyll
    A vanishing idyll
    Few sights encapsulate the essence of summer better than a hay meadow in full bloom, and the season is when many wild flowers are at their peak and perfect for capturing with your camera
  • Rock art recording in southern Armenia
    Rock art recording in southern Armenia
    Recording ancient rock art 3,300m above sea levels with the SIGMA dp0 Quattro. Professor Dominic Powlesland, Director of the The Landscape Research Centre, describes these amazing finds
  • Bringing the Mary Rose back to life
    Bringing the Mary Rose back to life
    How the SIGMA dp2 Quattro camera is adding an extra dimension to our understanding of life on the Mary Rose during the 16th century
  • The Wider View
    The Wider View
    Wide-angle photography is perhaps the best way to recreate the natural human eye’s field-of-vision. But you’ll need specialist equipment and expertise to really do the images justice

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NATURE

Wildlife

The demand for horseshoe crab blood – vital for testing new medical…

Wildlife

Italy is divided over the future of its wolves and bears

Climate

One of the problems in getting accurate climate science out there, says…

Climate

Sharing the ideas of climate justice with a little humour and a…

UK

RGS–IBG News

The RGS-IBG is dedicated to promoting the benefits and relevance of geography…

UK

‘Iconic mammals of the hill’ see populations dwindling in the moorlands of…

Discovering Britain

For this month’s Discovering Britain viewpoint, Laura Cole visits a lone tower…

Discovering Britain

In this month’s Discovering Britain, Laura Cole visits Winchester’s chalk stream, a…