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Chris Fitch

An impressive big-budget blockbuster that brings the gritty reality of mountain-climbing to life

Mine-free Mozambique

Once one of the worst landmine-afflicted countries in the world, Mozambique can now celebrate being officially ‘mine-free’

Into ‘No Man’s Lands’

An expedition across Europe will explore the concept of ‘No Man’s Lands’, and aims to show that these ideas are as relevant today as they have always been

Rolling in the Deep

A newly discovered reef in southern Australia, said to rival the Great Barrier Reef, has been located after a robotic vehicle captured footage at previously unexplored depths
Environmental activism is so commonplace nowadays as to be almost unremarkable. This film tells the story of the very first people to try to change the world in this way

The start of the Pyrenees

A ride up La Rhune, on the French-Spanish border, gives an insight into a unique regional Basque landscape

THE WATER BOOK by Alok Jha

Water really is weird. As it freezes, it expands. It freezes faster when hot than when cold. Even just being a liquid at room temperature is strange when many heavier molecules become gaseous at much lower temperatures

China’s emissions turn

China has long been cast as one of the world’s biggest climate villains. But new evidence suggests this reputation may soon be a thing of the past

Boomtown rats

Giant African rats will soon be undertaking an important and dangerous job in Cambodia; locating the millions of unexploded landmines left over after over 30 years of conflict
The full scale of the state’s ongoing drought crisis is being described as ‘completely without precedent’

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