Geographical

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KEEP AN EYE ON THE WORLD WITH GEOGRAPHICAL

Established in 1935, Geographical is the official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society and one of the leading magazines in its field, with stunning photography, great writing and first class design.

- Keep up to date with the world, its people and its places through our news pages and topical features on nature and conservation

- Explore far-flung cities, towns and villages. Meet their inhabitants and immerse yourself in their culture

- Discover weird and wonderful wildlife. Learn more of the world around you through insightful features and stunning photography

- Gain exclusive access to special offers and competitions you won’t find anywhere else

Whether it’s a professional interest you hold or merely a casual curiosity for the world around you, Geographical will doubtless prove informative, enlightening and inspiring.

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... we look at the resurgence of one of Africa's oldest wildlife parks , the plight of the Sahrawi Nomads who have been trapped in territorial limbo for over 35 years, and take a sky high glance at some of Britain's most bedazzling landscapes. All this and much, much more in Geographical

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In the September issue of Geographical: What hope for the Amazon and the rest of the world’s rainforests? Despite being more protected and monitored than ever, the drivers of deforestation better understood and many solutions having been implemented, the threat to our planet’s greenest lungs appears greater than ever before.

Plus, this October, the iconic Uluru climb, one of Australia's top tourist attractions, will be permanently closed due to its cultural importance to the Indigenous people of the region. We heads to the country's red centre to discover what this means for Aboriginal people and tourists alike.

Subjects: Culture, Nature, Travel

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KEEP AN EYE ON THE WORLD WITH GEOGRAPHICAL

Established in 1935, Geographical is the official magazine of the Royal Geographical Society and one of the leading magazines in its field, with stunning photography, great writing and first class design.

- Keep up to date with the world, its people and its places through our news pages and topical features on nature and conservation

- Explore far-flung cities, towns and villages. Meet their inhabitants and immerse yourself in their culture

- Discover weird and wonderful wildlife. Learn more of the world around you through insightful features and stunning photography

- Gain exclusive access to special offers and competitions you won’t find anywhere else

Whether it’s a professional interest you hold or merely a casual curiosity for the world around you, Geographical will doubtless prove informative, enlightening and inspiring.

As a digital subscriber you'll...

- Receive each issue of Geographical in your inbox as soon as it is published

- Gain access to our digital archive, back-dating to 1935

- Pay just a fraction of the usual subscription price, saving up to 75%

Check out a free digital sample of Geographical...

... we look at the resurgence of one of Africa's oldest wildlife parks , the plight of the Sahrawi Nomads who have been trapped in territorial limbo for over 35 years, and take a sky high glance at some of Britain's most bedazzling landscapes. All this and much, much more in Geographical

  • First Issue: May 1935
  • Latest Issue: September 2019
  • Issue Count: 979
  • Published: Monthly
  • ISSN: 2059-5301

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