Geographical Staff


Nenquimo’s feather crown and red band of achiote have come to symbolise the campaign to protect the Amazon

The Geographical Podcast, Editor’s Picks: The fight for the Amazon

ByGeographical StaffJun 21, 2024
This week: An Indigenous activist's fight for the Amazon and why the space race isn't a good comparison for the environmental crisis
Geographical July 2024

Geographical July 2024

ByGeographical StaffJun 14, 2024
Geographical's July 2024 issue covers conservation successes, Rwanda country profile, and a new threat to the UK's fishing industry
Where in the world June 2024

Where in the world is bordered by six countries?

ByGeographical StaffJun 4, 2024
Can you solve our quick quiz for June and identify this country using the following clues?
June 2024 Geographical crossword

June 2024 Geographical crossword

ByGeographical StaffMay 23, 2024
The first correct crossword selected at random wins a copy of The Royal Geographical Society’s Altas of the World, worth £75
Harvesting rooibos in South Africa’s Cederberg Mountains

The Geographical Podcast, Editor’s Picks: A fairer deal for rooibos farmers

ByGeographical StaffMay 22, 2024
In this episode of Editor's Picks: the science of shipwrecks, Antarctic tourism and a new agreement that will benefit rooibos farmers
‘The ice serves as an open-air art museum, an ever-changing masterpiece sculpted by the hand, power, and finesse of nature,’ writes photographer Florian Ledoux

Stunning images of polar bears by Florian Ledoux

ByGeographical StaffMay 21, 2024
‘I’m trying to give a voice to the one that cannot speak,’ explains photographer Florian Ledoux, who uses drones to create spectacular images and footage of Arctic landscapes and polar bear
Geographical June 2024

Geographical June 2024

ByGeographical StaffMay 17, 2024
Geographical's June 2024 issue covers Antarctic tourism, mountaineering, human trafficking in Varanasi, and Amazon activism
Portoviejo, Ecuador - April, 18, 2016: Building showing the aftereffect of 7.8 earthquake

The countries most affected by earthquake fatalities

ByGeographical StaffMay 10, 2024
It’s not always the biggest earthquakes that kill the most people
The Geographical Podcast, Editor’s Picks: Why tourists are returning to Iraq

The Geographical Podcast, Editor’s Picks: Why tourists are returning to Iraq

ByGeographical StaffApr 26, 2024
Tune-in to Episode 2 to hear stories from the magazine and website read aloud
Straw huts on a grassy mountain where in the world

Where in the world is made up of more than 300 islands?

ByGeographical StaffApr 23, 2024
Can you solve our quick quiz for May and identify this country using the following clues?
Geographical May 2024

Geographical May 2024

ByGeographical StaffApr 19, 2024
Geographical's May 2024 issue covers methane emissions, snow leopard conservation, rooibos harvests and the crisis in Sudan
Families arrive in South Sudan carrying everything they can. The surge of arrivals is putting further strain on an already overburdened health system. There’s an estimated ratio of one physician for every 65,574 people in the country and 9.4 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and protection.

Refugees from Sudan’s bitter civil war are stretching the aid agencies to breaking point

ByGeographical StaffApr 17, 2024

Families arrive in South Sudan Photographer Peter Caton has been in the region in recent months, documenting conditions and the…

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