Beavers are back in the December issue of Geographical. A consultation is underway to officially return beavers at the national level across Britain. Jacob Dykes visits one area where beavers are already thriving, helping to revive nature’s intrinsic messiness for the benefit of all. The river Ganges is one of the most polluted on Earth, but there are those working hard to clean it up. Stuart Butler investigates further. We also explore the rise of Halal Tourism. Designed explicitly to cater for Muslims, the sector is thriving, opening up the world to a new set of travellers. Plus, an insight into the lives of Morocco’s grand taxi drivers and a spotlight on Trentino and the people bringing Italy’s iconic northern forests back to life.
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