|Categories||Geography, Science, Nature|
|Company||Royal Geographical Society|
Geographical is the magazine of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), and was founded by Michael Huxley in 1935.
The publishers pay a licence fee to the Society, which is used to fund the advancement of exploration and research and the promotion of geographical knowledge. The magazine features articles on geographical topics, the environment, conservation and travel. The magazine is published twelve times per year (monthly).
Robin Hanbury Tension said "I have watched Geographical through many incarnations over the years. It goes from strength to strength and has never been in better heart."
Sir Ranulph Fiennes praised the magazine, stating "This magazine is a valuable resource as well as an enjoyable read. I really like the balance of interest, serious articles and brilliant photography." 
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