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Two new books show how human agency is eroding the basic fabric of European wildlife.
The pandemic has revealed not only how essential Britain’s natural landscape is, but how little ownership we have over it.
Why rivers are crucial for providing food, rubbish disposal, power generation, and stress relief.
This fascinating book suggests that navigation is a question of psychology.
This complex and exceptional book explores the legacy of the “desk killer”.
Faced with the loss of beloved landscapes, some passionate individuals have taken action at enormous cost and personal risk.
The moon has inspired us to reach for the heavens. Could it be our next home?
Why the emotions of animals will be the next great area of study for behavioural science.
Once upon a time, Europe’s animal kingdom was as diverse as Africa’s.
Cod, carp, eel, herring and salmon might seem an odd quintet, but these charismatic, story-rich species changed our nation.