Geo December 2014

Geo December 2014

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Here are some of the highlights you will find in our December 2014 issue


PERSPECTIVES: MIDDLE EAST
Geographical presents four different perspectives on what drives conflict in the troubled region

EDGE OF THE ROAD
With logging destroying their traditional home, Jane Labous reports on the future of Cameroon’s Baka people

DISCOVERING BRITAIN: SILKSTONE
Tom Hart travels across the historic mining district and encounters Yorkshire’s very own heart of darkness

PHOTOSTORY: POINT OF VIEW
The Landscape Photographer of the Year awards are an annual showcase of the majestic beauty of the British Isles

WHAT LIES BENEATH
September brought the most important find in Canada’s history. Joseph Frey goes on board with the search for Franklin’s missing ships

THE INFORMATION CAPITAL
Geographer James Cheshire and illustrator Oliver Uberti explore the wealth of data generated by Londoners

LOCALLY SOURCED LUXURY
Geordie Torr discovers a project in the Caribbean benefiting the local population as much as the tourist trade

THE POLE OF COLD
Felicity Aston finds that driving to the coldest place on Earth means a test of willpower, relying on sturdy equipment, and local knowledge

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