Katie Burton

Scientists are pushing back against the notion that the food crisis affecting Madagascar is due to climate change 
In cities around the world, the geography of homosexuality is shifting. As historic bars and clubs close down, or where they never existed, queer people are finding other ways to gather

The rise of halal tourism

With the market for Muslim travellers growing at pace, holiday-makers and travellers are broadening their horizons
Climate change is having a huge impact on the oceans, far beyond the sea level rise we hear most about. But it can also be part of the solution. Katie Burton visits the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton to speak to the researchers unravelling the mysteries beneath the waves
Geographical editor, Katie Burton, spends the day at COP26: finance day
Access to electricity in sub-Saharan Africa is the worst in the world, a fact that touches every facet of people’s lives there. But change can happen with the right policies in place
Classifying a group of organisms as a separate species has implications for conservation. But the science behind it is far from settled
by John Lewis-Stempel • Doubleday
Artist Sarah Gillespie used the historic mezzotint technique for her collection of British moths, highlighting both their beauty and the pressures they face

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