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The National Geographic Society uses the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world.
In this time of global uncertainty, we are increasing our efforts to support explorers, educators, storytellers, and learners. Scroll down below for relevant news, resources, and interactive content.
- National Geographic Society's closures and event cancellations due to coronavirus. Read More.
- Statement from the National Geographic Society on the 2020 GeoBee & GeoChallenge. Read More.
- National Geographic Society launches an emergency fund for journalists. Learn More.
- Take a virtual tour of our current exhibition, "Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall." See More.
Schools are closed. Learning is open.
There are many engaging, creative, and fun ways to learn at home. We invite you to explore curated collections of activities that have been developed for educators, parents, and caregivers to implement with K–12 learners anywhere, anytime.
New COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists
The National Geographic Society’s emergency fund will support journalists around the world who wish to safely cover COVID-19 within their own communities.
Our Explorers at work
A conservation biologist works to safeguard the future of Kenya’s rapidly declining lion population.
A leader in the effort to protect penguins uses new approaches to safeguard the species' future.
A National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellow is passionate about manatee conservation in Belize.
A Mozambican ecologist focuses on elephant conservation and building coexistence between communities.
A conservationist is protecting one of Colombia’s most endangered native species.
The award-winning filmmakers and conservationists aim to save the wild places and animals of Africa.
A Rwandan veterinarian is implementing a unique project to save his country’s endangered cranes.
A National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellow is focused on tapir recovery in Sierra Madre de Chiapas.
A Sri Lankan marine biologist and ocean educator pioneers blue whale research in the Indian Ocean.
An ecologist uses her expertise in statistical modeling to understand human-carnivore conflict.