Jacob Dykes

A landmark ruling by the United Nations Human Rights Committee provides hope for asylum seekers who have been displaced due to the climate crisis
The return of bison to Romania’s mountains could boost the region’s biodiversity and invigorate rural economies through eco-tourism
In today’s interconnected global society, new diseases can travel through populations at unprecedented rates. Retracing the route that these viruses take through the complex web of human interactions, back to the original host could help us to predict upcoming viral outbreaks, and streamline public health interventions to prevent pandemics in the future. We spoke with David Quammen, author of Spillover, to hear his take on how we can prevent a replication of Covid-19 in the future
From Terra Mater Factual Studios and Wildlife Films comes a stunning portrayal of one of Africa's greatest treasures – the Okavango River
A new decade-spanning study, in which the longest migration of any killer whale was recorded, has developed a theory that the ocean giants return to warmer waters to regulate the health of their skin.
As we come to terms with our hermetically-sealed situation during the coronavirus outbreak, why not make the most of time inside with some free online learning?
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is a yearly cinematic treasure trove of inspiration for adventurers. The team behind the festival are refusing to let the current situation halt the adventure, so grab some popcorn and enjoy this handpicked selection of mesmerising films from the comfort of your home
Sohei Nishino uses photography, collage and cartography to pioneer unique works that document his experiences of cities and dramatic natural landscapes

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