Geo-literacy is the term that National Geographic has adopted to describe the understanding of how our world works that all members of modern society require. Geo-literacy is the ability to reason about Earth systems and interconnections to make far-reaching decisions. Whether we are making decisions about where to live or what precautions to take for natural hazards, we all make decisions that require geo-literacy throughout our lives. This video illustrates what geo-literacy means to individuals and to our global community. Share it with your friends, family, and colleagues, to help spread the word.
process of acquiring knowledge and critical-thinking skills.
process of making informed, logical decisions based on an accurate understanding of the human and natural world around you.
the understanding of human and natural systems, geographic reasoning, and systematic decision-making.