Magazine article Geographical

Editor's Letter

Magazine article Geographical

Editor's Letter

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There will be lots of exciting new additions and changes to Geographical in the months ahead. Over the next six months I will be off on a journey of a different kind, taking maternity leave, and I am pleased to hand over the job of editor to Carolyn Fry. It has been a real pleasure working with our small, dedicated editorial team these last 18 months as we have striven to bring you continuous improvements, cutting-edge news and beautifully designed pages. I feel really confident leaving the magazine in their capable and caring hands.

Just as we will keep the top quality photography and international reporting you have become used to, we will also have the honour of hosting six high-profile guest editors. They come from a broad spectrum of professions and will each bring their own areas of expertise and opinion to the pages. War correspondent and broadcast journalist Kate Adie will be sharing her views on crossing borders; world famous explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes will reveal what there is left to discover in the world today; Professor Andrew Goudie, head of Geography at Oxford University, will highlight the most urgent environmental concern he believes that we face -- scarcity of water; while, the UK's most famous businesswoman and human rights campaigner Anita Roddick speaks out passionately in favour of fair and ethical trade, and reveals who the most influential people in her life have been. …

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