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Articles from Geographical (December 1, 2019)

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African Swine Fever: Klaus Dodds is Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway, University of London and author of Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction. Dodds, Klaus 828
Compromised Space: Challenges faced by stateless communities at the UN; Fiona McConnell is Associate Professor in Human Geography at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in Geography at St Catherine's College, Oxford. McConnell, Fiona 753
Family Care: Marco Magrini wonders if the annual gathering of world leadership on environmental matters can make any real impact following its rushed relocation. Magrini, Marco 367
FOUR BETTER OR WORSE? The four-day week is often held as being of benefit to human well-being, but how would it affect the environment?. 526
Give the gift of inspiration. 374
GREENING THE 'BIG WORM': A central highway in Brazil's largest city is about to get a green makeover. But are the plans all they're cracked up to be and who, really, will benefit? Watters, Lottie 1871
HEAD IN THE CLOUDS: Large-scale air travel is under public scrutiny, and refusing to fly is increasingly in vogue. Can climate-friendly aviation ever actually exist? If not, can not dismantling the industry really be justified? Fitch, Chris 4752
I Hot Water: Abandoned coal mines contain a precious resource in the warm water they hold within. 508
NET GAINS: Half the world's population currently has access to the internet, but with its growth now slowing, there could be significant implications for global development. 488
New York Metropolitan Tram: H H Jor,nsconc,1908-1910. 298
On the right track. Presley, Paul 551
Pickles, packet noodles and plenty of leeches: Matthew Jones and Rosalie Wright were delighted when they unearthed details of an expedition to a remote corner of Borneo's rainforest in the 1950s. Forming their ideas at the RGS-IBG Explore weekend, they spent almost a year planning on how to retrace the route for their own research journey to the Usun Apau plateau. Jones, Matthew 1856
PRAVDA HA HA True Travels To The End Of Europe. Smyth, Richard 724
RUNNING WILD: The United States is grappling with a wild pig invasion. Working out where they roam and why is the first step towards controlling the population. 471
Shooting on the Move: When it comes to shooting a moving subject, most photographers fall into one of two camps: 'snipers' or 'machine gunners'. But is one better than the other, asks. Wilson, Keith 2061
The Art of Recovery: Vardo, Norway's most northeasterly town, was once on the verge of dying out as its inhabitants sought livelihoods elsewhere. But a passionate local is hoping modern arts and traditional crafts might be key to turning its fortunes around. Lowenstein, Oliver 1775
THE ATLAS OF UNUSUAL BORDERS Discover Intriguing Boundaries, Territories and Geographical Curiosities. Burton, Katie 325
The Great Betrayal: A new animation produced by the charity Born Free raises the issue of captive lions in South Africa - marketed as 'orphans' to well-meaning tourists, but really a money-making con. 514
THE SPANISH UNDERGROUND: Continental Europe's most extensive underground rail transport network, the Madrid Metro, has transformed life in Europe's third-largest city. This year, the Metro celebrates a century of steady progress and expansion. Stewart, Jules 1729
TIMELINES The Events That Shaped History. Presley, Paul 263
Under the Weather: For this month's Discovering Britain, Rory Walsh explores London's weird and wonderful weather. Travel narrative 1130
Unreal City: Urban photography marries themes and passages from TS Eliot in a striking look at London. 479
VICTORIEN ERUSSARD is the co-leader and president of the Energy Observer expedition, the first ship to sail around the world powered only by hydrogen, wind and solar power. The expedition will take six years to complete and the crew recently completed stage one of the journey, finishing in London. 824
WAYS TO WORK. Hennig, Benjamin 549
WHERE POWER STOPS The Making and Unmaking of Presidents and Prime Ministers. Smith, Chloe 349
White Out: The Wildlife Photographer of the Year's Rising Star winner brings us a nature study in white. 273
WRITER'S READS: Zoran Nikolic is an author based in Belgrade, Serbia. His first book, The Atlas of Unusual Borders, is out now. Nikolic, Zoran 336

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