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Do look down! The world's best skywalks – in pictures

As Canada's Glacier Skywalk opens, offering amazing views over Jasper national park, we take a look at the best skywalks around the world<p><b>Share your skywalk experiences in the comments below</b>

Take Some Off the Table - artnet Magazine

TAKE SOME OFF<br>THE TABLE<p><b></b><br>A classic story has an investor approaching a member of the Rothschild banking family looking for advice. The investor asked, …

Latin America Art Galleries and Latin America Gallery Guide

LATIN AMERICA ART GALLERIES<p>Latin America gallery guide and listing of fine art galleries located in Latin American countries. The art galleries …

Collecting Latin American Art - Art Collecting Resource

COLLECTING LATIN AMERICAN ART<p>Online art resource featuring information about collecting Latin American art. Latin American art primarily comes from …

Spotlight on Zona Maco 2013

Art Fairs<p>Zona Maco runs from April 10 to 14 at Mexico City’s Centro de Exposiciones Banamex.<p>,<p>Wifredo Lam, <i>Composizione</i>, 1947, AAMD Fine Art, Miami …

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Dealer’s Hand

Why are so many people paying so much money for art? Ask David Zwirner.<p>Very important people line up differently from you and me. They don’t want to stand behind anyone else, or to acknowledge wanting something that can’t immediately be had. If there’s a door they’re eager to pass through, and …

The Best Way to Deal With Ocean Trash

Plastic debris doubles every decade. What ends up in the ocean is nearly impossible to clean up.<p>Tony Haymet, former director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, has heard hundreds of ocean cleanup plans. Late at night, over many beers, he's come up with a few dozen of his own. None of them, …

How air travel has changed

British Airways

Pictures: Auroras of February and March

Starbursts, alien landscapes, and magenta bands of light: Take a look at some of the best aurora photos from February and March.

National Geographic Magazine

See Previous Issues<p><img itemprop="contentUrl" style="transition: opacity 0.4s; opacity: 1;"></picture></div> <div>April 2018</div></a> </div> <div class="prev_iss_cover"> <a href="https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2018/03" target="_self"> <div class="LazyLoad is-visible"><picture><source …

Pristine "Islands in the Sky" Are Window on Evolution

Science warns against drilling the most biodiverse rainforest on Earth

The Ecuadorian government is currently racing ahead with plans to drill for oil in the core of what is arguably the most biodiverse corner of the planet: Blocks 31 and ITT of the famed Yasuní National Park. This new aggressive push for oil drilling comes as a stunning backlash to the failure of a …

Innovating the Business of Seafood for Communities & Health

Certifications and barcode trackers can help shoppers identify seafood at the fish counter, but for consumers who really want to know what they’re eating, the real key may be genuine relationships with the people who hauled in the catch. From Alaska to San Francisco to Boston, conservationist …

Fuel Exhaust Disrupts Scent Signals for Honeybees

Even “clean” diesel and biofuel generate gases that pose threat to pollinators.<p><b>To a bee, no two flowers smell quite the same. When honeybees forage for flowers, they search for, learn, and memorize distinctive floral scents and return to the hive to tell other bees what they’ve found through their</b> …

Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week #48

Cuckoos, woodstars, plumeleteers, skimmers, weavers, bee-eaters, grenadiers, laughingthrushes and ground rollers… The wild birds of the world will never cease to astound and amaze. Their natural habitat, however, is disappearing rapidly and most populations are under threat or, at least, in …

How to Make It in the Art World -- New York Magazine

How to Make It in the Art World<p>The art world made it through the real-world crash relatively unscathed, but not unchanged. And even as money still …

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Could Mauritius’ ‘ocean economy’ be the future for island states?

Plans by the Mauritius government to exploit its huge ocean resources could drive tourism and boost sustainability<p>My speedboat sets off at dawn, cutting through the calm waters of Mauritius’ turquoise lagoon.<p>Ten minutes and a few kilometers later, we sight the fins of spinner dolphins jumping …

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