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Most people think they are more environmentally friendly than others. Most people are wrong...
The discovery of a new form of the aurora borealis could reveal secrets about the most unknown part of the planet
The release of pharmaceuticals into rivers and lakes is having dramatic consequences for both human health and that of ecosystems
Whatever your subject, looking through a macro lens provides an entirely different way of seeing the world, says Keith Wilson
German physicist, biologist and photographer, Andreas Kay was based in Ecuador and chronicled the country’s amazing array of small creatures, creating a 28,000-image strong photographic collection. Diagnosed with glioblastoma, one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer, Kay, 59, …
Prestigious photography competition returns for a third year
 New evidence reveals just how persistent some neonicotinoids are in the environment, raising questions for the countries that still allow their use
Scientists are using underwater loudspeakers to attract fish species back to degraded coral reefs
For years, China was the go-to destination for exporting the West’s refuse material. But with an import ban now in place for everything from plastics to e-waste, and a growing global population producing an ever-greater amount of rubbish, what exactly…
Capturing the perfect shot sometimes means not having the camera operator present. Luckily, advances in camera traps and drone technology are making remote photography more and more viable, says Keith Wilson
New research reveals that the UK needs to act fast to better recycle lithium-ion batteries and extract the valuable metals within
As Arctic ice diminishes, new pathways are opening up, with potentially deadly consequences for marine mammals
As a new decade begins, Marco Magrini wonders if the 2020s could be make or break for when it comes to fixing the environment
When it comes to shooting a moving subject, most photographers fall into one of two camps: ‘snipers’ or ‘machine gunners’. But is one better than the other, asks Keith Wilson?
The melting of glaciers over the next 100 years will leave large amounts of empty space behind. One group of scientists has analysed ways these new landscapes could be used
Large-scale air travel is under public scrutiny, and refusing to fly is increasingly in vogue, but can not dismantling the aviation industry really be justified?
Across the EU, emissions from aviation are increasing and passenger numbers are on the up. As Germany raises the taxes it imposes on passengers, Geographical asks whether these sums can really make a difference
As polluting rich nations court global catastrophe at UN climate talks, Europe’s 2050 carbon neutrality target embraces 3˚C of warming as best-case scenario

Julysub 2020

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