Katie Burton

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
Marine Protected Areas are designed to benefit the marine ecosystem and human coastal populations, but are they actually achieving both?
The largest collection of treasures from Tutankhamun’s tomb ever to leave Egypt have come to London
Fresh from an award-winning screening at the Sundance Film Festival and in competition at this year’s London Film Festival, Monos, from director Alejandro Landes, is a dark, disturbing and highly entertaining Spanish-language film about a fictional group of child soldiers
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The story of Margate is one of early success, severe downturn and, now, revival through a conscious strategy of ‘culture-led regeneration’ that has seen thousands of Londoners flock to the east coast both as tourists and as new residents. But can the injection of culture and a splash of new blood really change lives for the better, and if so, for whom?
A review of climate crisis coverage in the global media has revealed that rich countries and poor countries take a very different approach to environmental reporting

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