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February 2022

Deep sea mining • A photgrapher returns to the Arctic • South Africa's plant poachers • Wales' biosphere reserve • bothy culture • Britain's ethnic minority communities and relations with naure 

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Mining the Deep

The ocean floor is home to rich deposits of metals and minerals crucial to the transition to net zero. But should we use them?


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Mapping the world's fungal networks with machine learning

A monumental effort is underway to map the world’s fungal networks


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