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National Geographic and Zoological Society of London launch new Photo Ark EDGE fellowships to support conservation leaders.
Leading conservationists are gathering at Nat Geo headquarters to launch our planet's first-ever Half-Earth Day.
See extraordinary images of our wild world through the eyes of legendary photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols.
The Pristine Seas team celebrates the protection of more than 1 million sq kilometers off the coasts of Niue and Chile.
Get the inside story about the new WILD exhibition at the Nat Geo Museum from celebrated photographer Michael "Nick" Nichols.
Just launched: State Geography Steward Program supports educators arming the next generation with geographic knowledge.
CEO Gary E. Knell talks with "The Business of Giving" radio show about how Nat Geo has evolved over the past 129 years.
Dereck and Beverly Joubert
Guillermo De Anda
Salam Al Kuntar
Asha de Vos
Maritza Morales Casanova
“I want people to care, to fall in love, and to take action.”
Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala and his team are on a mission to explore and protect some of the last truly wild places in the ocean. With up to five expeditions per year, they’re never far from their next scientific quest.
Okavango Wilderness Project
Explorer Steve Boyes and a team including Angolan, Namibian, and South African scientists are surveying thousands of miles of the Okavango River Basin with one goal in mind: to protect one of Africa’s richest places for biodiversity.
National Geographic Photo Ark founder Joel Sartore is more than halfway to his goal of creating intimate portraits of every species in the world’s zoos and wildlife sanctuaries to inspire people to protect animals at risk.
Out of Eden Walk
Explorer Paul Salopek is walking across the planet, following the pathways of the first humans who migrated out of Africa in the Stone Age. Along the way, he’s covering some of the major stories of our time by giving voice to the people who inhabit them every day.
Big Cats Initiative
Explorers-in-Residence, and Big Cats Initiative founders, Beverly and Dereck Joubert are working with communities and innovative scientists and conservationists to develop sustainable approaches to big cat conservation.
“Guiding my students through a process of discovery is what inspires me.”
Explorers in the Classroom
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Photo Ark Challenge
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Nat Geo Educator Certification
Teaching students about the world in innovative and interdisciplinary ways
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“Everyone is an explorer. How could you possibly live your life looking at a door and not go open it?”
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Africa's lion population has declined 90% in the last 75 years.#SaveBigCats
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