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The October issue of Geographical starts a two-part investigation into how rising sea levels are affecting cities in southeast Asia and why the governments in the region are playing a dangerous game. We also examine how the ramifications of the Twyford Down road development protests of the 1980s are influencing government policy on development in the rural parts of the UK today. Plus a look at the identity crisis affecting the Russian/Finnish border nation of Karelia, trekking a little-known trail in the Peruvian highlands, climbing 130 routes in 24 hours in the Peak District, photographing Venice and much, much more.
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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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