ASIAN Geographic is the bi-monthly magazine that scours the region to bring readers the most compelling stories and images from the world's largest and most diverse continent. Readers enjoy a unique melting pot of breathtaking photography and in-depth features covering culture, nature, sustainability issues and exploration into the history of this diverse region. A regular 'Exploration' segment follows brave field editors as they travel deep into Asia's unexplored regions to take readers on a journey.
The Yin-Yang of Weather • This ancient Chinese philosophy provides a guide to understanding our climate.
Soil: Secret Weapon • Restoring our soils through natural farming could be a potent weapon to stave off a catastrophic climate breakdown.
SOIL FUNCTIONS • Soils deliver ecosystem services that enable life on Earth
GLOBAL SOIL REGIONS • The Global Soil Regions map is derived from a reclassification of the FAO-UNESCO Soil Map of the World, together with the soil climate map. The map indicates the distribution of the 12 soil classes according to soil taxonomy.
Palm Progress • Can palm oil plantations and endangered rainforest really coexist? One conservationist says yes.
CLIMATE CHANGE: BORNEO
Above The Water • We know rising sea levels are a threat. But what is new is that Asia is particularly at risk, and surviving this catastrophe is going to change our lives.
DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE?
Welcome to the Oceaverse • The world’s first mission-driven metaverse community wants to save the reefs with digital assets.
The Incognito Seaweed Revolution • Seaweeds are beneficial to both the marine ecosystem as well as the surrounding local communities. The Ocean Purpose Project illustrates the importance of seaweed and how it can be further integrated into our lives.
Uses of Seaweed and Data
Country and Main Species of Seaweed Grown
Biodiversity Conservation in the Bornean Rainforest • For two weeks, two city dwellers traverse the Bornean rainforest to deepen their knowledge of its biodiversity
Can Caves Tell The Future? • Careful analysis of an unlikely candidate – cave deposits – might help us predict future climate change.
A Contained Solution • Two Singapore scientists may have found a solution to our plastic waste problem.
Singapore’s Resilient Reptile • Is the island nation ready for the return of this fearsome, misunderstood creature?
Top 6 Wildlife Spots in Singapore
TALLEST TROPICAL TREES IN SABAH
Rolex and Exploration • Rolex shines with their new-generation Oyster Perpetual Explorer and Explorer II watches that take us from the highest mountain peaks to the most isolated polar regions.