Katie Burton

The Nile is home to mysteries both ancient and modern – these scientists may have got to the bottom of two long-debated questions
Increased interest in the farming of endangered animals as a conservation method has led to a closer look at pangolins. Could farming their meat and scales save wild populations?
Louise Callaghan is the Middle East correspondent for the Sunday Times and author of Father of Lions, the true story of Abu Laith, his family and team, who ran a zoo in Mosul during the Isis occupation, risking their lives to protect the animals in their care
Massive scientific investment has now identified the primary threats to biodiversity, but comparably little research has examined how and why some conservation initiatives spread while others falter
by Zoran Nikolic • Collins • £14.99 (softback)
Marine Protected Areas are designed to benefit the marine ecosystem and human coastal populations, but are they actually achieving both?
Half the world’s population currently has access to the internet, but with its growth now slowing, there could be significant implications for global development
The four-day week is often held as being of benefit to human well-being, but what would working fewer hours really mean for the environment?
Victorien Erussard is the co-leader and president of the Energy Observer expedition, the first ship to sail around the world powered only by hydrogen, wind and solar power. The expedition will take six years to complete and the crew recently completed stage one of the journey, finishing in London
The largest collection of treasures from Tutankhamun’s tomb ever to leave Egypt have come to London

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