With rapid changes in eating habits needed to help avert climate catastrophe, this month's Geographical profiles some of the solutions to humanity's food problem.
Is lab grown meat the future of food? How has Japan revolutionised its farming industry? Can we farm insects on a huge scale to feed the world's population?
Find out the answers to these pressing questions by exploring this month's issue. If you receive the digital edition of Geographical, you can read all this, and more, now.
Other articles this month include a profile on Somaliland's growing economy, research on how to attract fish back to coral reefs with loudspeakers, and advice on macro photography. You'll also find an insightful piece on the importance of wildlife rangers, and their under-appreciated role in conservation.
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Prior to his regional theatres tour, we caught up with journalist, author and broadcaster, Tim Marshall, to discuss his new book.
The deadline for this year’s Innovative Geography Teaching Grants is fast approaching.
Sir Ron Cooke, an eminent physical geographer and former President of the Society, has kindly supported a new award for A Level students.
New research published in our journal Geo: Geography and Environment, reveals the dangers and lengths that thrill-seeking tourists are willing to go to in order to witness live volcanic eruptions.
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