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Singapore, Asia
In Singapore, where every square metre counts, high rise buildings have typified the urban fabric for many years. Recent developments have tried to soften the friction between nature and the urban environment.
Maptia
 | Environment
October 05, 2015
Kenya, Africa
There is something very butterfly-like about the Samburu. The young warriors appear strikingly effeminate, almost fragile in their slenderness.
Maptia
 | Travel
June 04, 2015
World
From the immaculate flowers to the delicate red cherries that men and women seek on the often abrupt mountainsides, the highly demanding coffee culture is revealed.
Maptia
 | Travel
March 27, 2015
Nepal, Asia
It is said that on Everest, getting to the top is optional, but getting down is mandatory.
Maptia
 | Travel
March 25, 2015
World
When we talk about conservation we cannot simply talk about preserving plants and animals and landscapes. We must also be improving the lives of those who live with these natural resources and rely on healthy, functioning ecosystems.
Maptia
 | Environment
March 06, 2015
India, Asia
Photographer David duChemin explains why the Sufi shrine of Darga Hazrat Nizamuddin attracts him every time he finds himself in Delhi.
Maptia
 | Travel
February 12, 2015
Iran, Asia
Most art forms in Iran are closely monitored and artists have to perform discretely, staging shows in caves, private art galleries or isolated fields.
Maptia
 | Arts
February 01, 2015
World, UAE, Asia, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Europe, Middle East, China, South Africa, Africa, United States, North America
As our ability to circumnavigate the planet increases exponentially, we are left disconnected from a simple view of our common identity.
Maptia
 | Society
January 30, 2015
Gabon, Africa
An epic tale of determination, grit, and adventure as a team of surfers seeks empty waves in the most remote and inaccessible National Park in Africa .
Maptia
 | Travel
January 27, 2015
Iceland, Europe
Once inside, the glacier is like a cavernous blue cathedral, with numerous alleys and atriums.
Maptia
 | Photography
January 23, 2015
Canada, North America
Inspired by the writings of Rousseau and adventurers like Dick Pronnecke, Bruno headed out alone into the Yukon to spend weeks in solitude.
Maptia
 | Travel
January 18, 2015
Australia, Oceania
UNESCO is threatening to downgrade the GBR to the World Heritage 'In Danger' list.
Maptia
 | Environment
January 15, 2015
Asia, China, Vietnam, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia
As the longest and most important river in SEA, it ensures the existence of at least 70 million people. A photojournalist explores the heart of Asia.
Maptia
 | Travel
January 03, 2015
Mongolia, Asia
The story of a 1,136 mile crossing of Mongolia and the Gobi Desert on foot - with some bastards who pretended to be camels for company.
Maptia
 | Travel
December 23, 2014
Canada, North America
There is little public awareness that, if built, the Keystone XL Pipeline will make avoiding catastrophic climate change much harder.
Maptia
 | Photography
December 07, 2014