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At Geographical, we want to amplify the voices of the next generation of great geographers. That’s why we’re launching the ‘Young Explorers’ section of our website: a new programme that celebrates exploration, innovative fieldwork and inspiring projects
The UAE has become the first Arab nation to operate a nuclear power plant, but not all concerns have been satisfied 
What better time to get reading? We’ve collected some of our favourite books from over the years, a collection of certifiable classics and a few lesser-known delights. Dive right on in...
We may be stuck inside, but there’s no need to close our eyes to the world beyond our walls. We’ve collated some of our favourite documentaries available on Netflix and BBC iPlayer to tantalise the geographically minded...
The controversial practice of cloud-seeding has always been difficult to measure – a new method offers hope
We’re all keeping ourselves to ourselves for now, but not long ago Rory Walsh travelled to Galleywood Common to learn about this Essex landmark’s equine history
Sohei Nishino uses photography, collage and cartography to pioneer unique works that document his experiences of cities and dramatic natural landscapes
It is supposed to ease the transfer of workers in high-carbon industries and environment-destroying jobs into cleaner, greener alternatives, without destroying their livelihoods in the process. But if the so-called ‘Just Transition’ holds all the answers, why aren’t governments around the world listening?
New discoveries about the way grizzly bears retain muscle strength during hibernation could help patients with muscle atrophy
In the second of his two-part series on the Arctic,  Angus Parker questions how the Arctic should be managed
The impact of wildfires on water supplies has received little attention. But with wildfires around the world getting worse, it might be time to pay more attention to how we deal with them
According to the World Conservation Union, Britain’s national parks ‘only just’ meet the nature conservation standards for international recognition. With tourist numbers far outpacing levels of wildlife, are we managing these vital green spaces in such a way that they can serve the needs of both people and nature at the same time?
Capturing carbon from power stations and other high-carbon processes is often described as a vital part of the overall strategy to control CO2 emissions – but does it really work?
 Dubbed the riskiest glacier on Earth, an ongoing project to learn more about Thwaites is vital to ensure the accuracy of sea-level rise predictions
In Klaus Dodds’ final geopolitcal column, he says goodbye by coming full circle

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