March 2015

 

zero-footprintTed Leeming & Morag Paterson

PHOTOSTORY: ZERO FOOTPRINT

Five years in the making, a new book of landscape images shows the staggering variety possible from one fixed position in southwest Scotland

 

diseaseBenoit Marquet

DEALING WITH DRUGS

While Ebola makes the headlines, Mark Rowe reports on the fight against the unreported diseases responsible for far more deaths across Africa every year

 

churchillAntony Jinman

TO DARE & ENDURE

Records may count for a lot in expeditions, but Tom Hart finds that for a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellow, doggedness and enlightenment count for a lot more

 

manila

CLEAN AND GREEN

The rivers in Manila long held a reputation for their levels of pollution. Paul Miles looks at a natural solution that has seen the waterways undergo a dramatic change for the better

 

greece

TRAVEL: THE CAPTAIN’S DREAM

Geordie Torr visits a Greek eco-resort that has sustainability and social responsibility ‘written into its DNA’

 

iporterRob Fraser

EXPLORE: HEAD DOWN ON TOP OF THE WORLD

Rob Fraser decided to find out what life as a Himalayan Sherpa really entails and whether a 51-year-old westerner could carry his share of the load

 

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