Marco Magrini argues action on climate change and dealing with the loss of biodiversity are inextricably intertwined ...
More than 1,000 minefields still need to be cleared in Angola. Tommy Trenchard joins the HALO Trust team undertaking the ...
James Scourse of the University of Exeter, SeaChange’s principal investigator, explains that the history of marine ecosystems ...
Simon Sebag Montefiore offers a rich, diverse, history of the world, told through intimate stories of some of the most famous families ...
UK Antarctic Heritage Trust to partner with Historic England to ensure the wreck of Ernest Shackleton’s Endurance is ...
In the December issue of Geographical, we revisit one of the world’s most persistent problems. In the last century, we ...
As the world's population tops eight billion we look at demographic challenges faced by China, the Philippines, Madagascar ...
Tim Marshall takes a look at China and President Xi Jinping's consolidating power with a third term in office ...
The Sinai Desert was once green. Evidence suggests that as recently as 8,000 years ago, the whole of Africa’s Sahara region ...