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Chris Fitch

The historic end of civil war in Colombia has had unforeseen consequences for the country’s natural environment, particularly the Amazon rainforest
Clive Hamilton is an Australian author and Professor of Public Ethics at Charles Sturt University in Canberra. His latest book is ‘Defiant Earth’, an analysis of the Anthropocene

Chasing Coral

A new Netflix documentary investigates the dire state of the world’s coral reefs, amid an historic mass-bleaching event
After two years, you’d probably think it nigh on impossible to give any fresh analysis to explain the once-unimaginable prospect of President Donald Trump striding around the White House
We’re going to have to explain this very carefully to avoid a public panic.’ This, the first thought of Carl Pope, former director of the Sierra Club, when he was first introduced to the issue of climate change back in 1987, could scarcely have been more wrong

This Is Our World

A wildlife exhibition in central London is displaying huge artworks of endangered species in their natural habitats
Despite their high profiles, most of the world’s national animal symbols are lacking in protection, with a significant proportion now revealed to be experiencing population decline
Asian countries are pledging to reduce the amount of land-based marine pollution, especially that flowing down their larger rivers
An historic exhibition at the National Maritime Museum unveils the first public display of numerous items recovered from the rediscovered HMS Erebus
John O’Groats to Land’s End may not be the most original long distance journey, but running it remains a fairly intense method of completion

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