In the January issue of Geographical we revist the appalling history of Canada’s residential schools, where thousands of Indigenous children faced abuse and even death. Today, a host of Indigenous artists are using their platform to confront this history, remember the dead and foster truth and reconciliation. Elsewhere in the magazine we take a detailed look at hydropower – considered essential for the world’s transition to net-zero, do the costs actually outweigh the benefits? Plus a visit to Ireland’s bogs, where extraordinary plants could lead to new medicine; and, a new caviar-production venture in Thailand.
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