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A rise in space tourism poses serious risks to Earth

A rise in space tourism poses serious risks to Earth

ByGeographical StaffAug 17, 2022
Soot from space tourism is 500 times more damaging for the climate than soot from all other sources combined
Keystone species: rewilding by numbers

Keystone species: rewilding by numbers

A major new study has identified 20 species whose reintroduction would ensure that an additional 54 per cent of the planet’s land area regains its full complement of large mammals – but how practical is such an idea?
The future is fungi

The future is fungi

An appreciation of mushrooms and other fungi that are used for food, medicine and their psychotropic effects
Writer’s reads: Suad Aldarra

Writer’s reads: Suad Aldarra

ByGeographical StaffAug 4, 2022
Suad Aldarra, a Syrian/Irish data scientist and author of ‘I Don’t Want to Talk About Home’, selects some of her favourite reads
The resolute widows of Punjab farmers driven to suicide by relentless debt

The resolute widows of Punjab farmers driven to suicide by relentless debt

The resolute widows of Punjabi farmers who were driven to suicide by relentless debt fight for a better future
The future of desalination

The future of desalination

The world’s drinking water supply is at risk and desalination plants are set to make more saltwater potable
Storm chasing across America

Storm chasing across America

ByGeographical StaffAug 1, 2022
Photographer and Arizona native Tori Ostberg captures stunning images while storm chasing across The Great Plains of America
Review: The Last Days of The Dinosaurs by Riley Black

Review: The Last Days of The Dinosaurs by Riley Black

ByGeographical StaffJul 31, 2022
Riley Black tells an engaging and dramatic story of the fateful last days of the dinosaurs
Review: Rooted by Sarah Langford

Review: Rooted by Sarah Langford

ByGeographical StaffJul 30, 2022
Rooted is Sarah Langford’s moving exploration of life, land, a farming revolution and what the future holds
Review: Exiles by William Atkins

Review: Exiles by William Atkins

ByGeographical StaffJul 30, 2022
Exiles is a thoughtful and perceptive exploration of the banished throughout history
Review: Nine Quarters of Jerusalem by Matthew Teller

Review: Nine Quarters of Jerusalem by Matthew Teller

Matthew Teller explores a city within a city and a wealth of stories in this biography of Jerusalem’s Old City
Review: Forget Me Not by Sophie Pavelle

Review: Forget Me Not by Sophie Pavelle

ByKatie BurtonJul 29, 2022
From dung beetle to mountain hare, forget me not is one woman’s joyous journey to find the lost species of climate britain
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