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Life in Bangladesh

Life in Bangladesh

ByGeographical StaffJul 6, 2022
Photographer Muhammad Amdad Hossain’s work documents what everday life is like in his home country of Bangladesh
Bird? Plane? or wandering salamander?

Bird? Plane? or wandering salamander?

ByGeographical StaffJul 5, 2022
Study shows the extreme measures wandering salamanders use to escape predators
Air pollution: the UK’s silent killer

Air pollution: the UK’s silent killer

ByBryony CottamJul 4, 2022
Air pollution in the UK is ‘the greatest environmental risk to public health’, so why aren’t government targets more ambitious?
Earthquakes of the delta: river avulsions

Earthquakes of the delta: river avulsions

ByGeographical StaffJul 1, 2022
The first global dataset of river avulsions reveals much about these dramatic events which happen more often than understood
Rewilding Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

Rewilding Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

Rwanda’s Akagera National Park was on the verge of being lost. But work is underway to bring the park’s ecosystems back to life.
The return of bats in Britain

The return of bats in Britain

ByGeographical StaffJun 29, 2022
Research suggests bats in Britain are increasing in population
Taking the heat: Can Qatar survive climate change?

Taking the heat: Can Qatar survive climate change?

In this extract from his new book, John McManus explores what an ever-warming climate means for one of the world’s richest countries
Geographical July 2022

Geographical July 2022

ByGeographical StaffJun 27, 2022

July 2022 In the July issue of Geographical we revisit the intractable issue of the world’s slums. From Cape Town…

How animal senses reveal different worlds

How animal senses reveal different worlds

ByBryony CottamJun 25, 2022
Book Review: Ed Yong’s An Immense World reveals the peculiar and different ways animals have of perceiving reality
Review: Ritual by Dimitris Xygalatas

Review: Ritual by Dimitris Xygalatas

ByKatie BurtonJun 25, 2022

A man practices fire walking in Kandy, Sri Lanka Katie Burton reviews Ritual: How Seemingly Senseless Acts Make Life Worth…

Fossil-fuel companies knew about climate change as consumption soared

Fossil-fuel companies knew about climate change as consumption soared

ByMarco MagriniJun 24, 2022
Big oil companies have long known about climate change, but they still take no notice, says Marco Magrini
A train ride through Kazakhstan

A train ride through Kazakhstan

ByGeographical StaffJun 24, 2022
Photographer Mario Heller took a 7,500-kilometre train journey around Kazahstn spending 225 hours over 17 days on its railways.
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