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SCIENCE, PEOPLE & POLITICS

ISSN: 1751598x (Online and available as pdf, html or print), scientifically literate humanities

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Planet Earth (1)


solar chromosphere Solar chromosphere (2)

OUR EARTH

PICTURE CREDITS:1. NASA. 2. JAXA/NASA. 3. NASA. 4.NASA.
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Editor: Helen Gavaghan
Deputy editor: Fred Pearce.

MAGAZINE EDITORIAL ADVISORS
Professor Graham Dutfield (international governance), Dr Ferdinando Patat (astronomy), Fred Pearce FRSGS (geography and envirpnment), Martin Redfern (general)

ARCTIC FUTURES 2014 By Dr Alun Anderson.
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Book Reviews in V I 2005-2008



global chlrophyll distribution Chlorophyll globally (3)

photosythesis globally Photosynthesis globally (4)

ISSUE ONE 2019. Brexit editorial
ISSUE TW0 2019. The world of whales, where law is an evolutionary selection pressure.
ISSUE THREE 2019. The Fungarium at Kew Gardens. UN call for Universal Health Coverage. Grooming and sexual violence: can cross-jurisdictional insight lead to a common definition?
ISSUE FOUR 2019. Fred Pearce reports from Brazil: where forest meets savannah. Helen Gavaghan reports impressions from the World Science Forum in Budapest.

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