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Chris Fitch

Famous for being flat and having a significant proportion of land below sea level, many Dutch lifestyle choices seemingly evolved as a consequence of the country’s relationship with its peculiar natural landscape

COP21: The Political Climate

World leaders are preparing for COP21 in Paris, two weeks which many hope will conclude with a binding deal on emissions, in order to fight climate change. Geographical presents expert views on four key factors that will be at play

Threatened heritage

A third of all natural World Heritage Sites around the world are found to be ‘under threat’ from extractive mining
After a tough ten months trapped in Antarctic ice, Shackleton’s ship – the Endurance – was finally claimed by the sea

Indonesia’s burning issue

Extreme forest and peat burning in Indonesia has released over three times the annual fossil fuel emissions of the United Kingdom
A look back at six years of Carmignac photojournalism laureate winners, with stories from Iran to French Guiana, Zimbabwe to the Gaza Strip
Geographical collected top tips for budding adventurers and expeditions from a wealth of wisdom at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)’s Explore 2015 weekend

Call for coastal adaptation

The National Trust aims to lead the way on embracing natural solutions to adapt the UK’s coasts to better deal with future erosion, flooding and sea level rise

Dirty money

The countries of the G20 have been collectively subsidising the fossil fuel industry to the tune of $452billion a year

France’s lawless lands

Far from the Château de Versailles, indigenous people in remote French Guiana are French citizens inadvertently living outside the law

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