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The Most Awe-Inspiring Photos & Videos from National Geographic, Week of Jan 1

To help capture the beauty of our planet and its wildlife, we’ve collected the most awe-inspiring photos from National Geographic this week. Clicking on any item will open it in Instagram.   Iceberg A post shared by National...

How We Can Keep Plastics Out of Our Ocean

Plastic pollution poses one of the biggest known threats to the ocean, influencing all ecosystems from beautiful coral reefs to abyssal trenches, eventually accumulating in our own food. This video from National Geographic explores...

WATCH: Before the Flood, the Leonardo DiCaprio Environmental Documentary

In the documentary film Before the Flood, Leonardo DiCaprio meets with world leaders, scientists, and activists to discuss the climate crisis facing our world today. The film was directed by Fisher Stevens and features interviews...
Blue Bottle Jellyfish

The Most Awe-Inspiring Photos of the Week from National Geographic #3

To help capture the beauty of our planet and its wildlife, we’ve collected the most awe-inspiring photos that National Geographic has shared on Instagram this week. Please follow the photographers and support their work by...
California dam

National Geographic’s “When the Snows Fail” Looks at the Dangerous Drought in the U.S.

For all its riches the valley looks nothing like paradise, and in drought years like this one, its shortcomings are excruciatingly obvious. Dust rises from fallowed fields, often thickly enough to obscure the snowcapped...
Robert Ballard

Join James Cameron, Jane Goodall and Robert Ballard in a Google+ Hangout Sunday

To commemorate the 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, Robert Ballard (who found the RMS Titanic in 1985), wild chimpanzee researcher Jane Goodall, filmmaker James Cameron, and National Geographic explorers will be taking questions from the public live in a Google+...
Pink Flamingos

Americas Gone Wild: National Geographic’s ‘Untamed Americas’ Documentary Series

Nature documentaries capture some of the most stunning pictures and processes of the natural world, and the evolution of technology has enabled us to get high definition glimpses of wonderful worlds we might never...
green guide for families

Book Review: National Geographic Green Guide Families: The Complete Reference for Eco-friendly Parents

Physicians have “The Physicians’ Desk Reference”. Authors and Writers’ have The Writer’s Handbook. Now us Eco-Warriors have a guide. I find myself using many sources a day to help me navigate my way to...
True Green Life

Book Review: National Geographic’s True Green Life in 100 Everyday Ways

It’s pretty easy to be a green know-it-all these days. There are enough tips about changing light bulbs and installing low-flow shower heads popping up in the mainstream media that we’ve already thought of...