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Renewable energy comes from sources that will not be used up in our lifetimes, such as the sun and wind.
The sun is an ordinary star, one of about 100 billion in our galaxy, the Milky Way. This ordinary star makes possible all life in the known universe....
A map of the world's oceans from National Geographic Magazine
Picture of Fessenden holding his oscillator
Many companies match gifts made by employees—and sometimes even retirees and spouses. You give an amount and your company donates the same.
Corinne Kendall and staff from the Wildlife Conservation Society are satellite-tracking white-backed vultures in southern Tanzania.
Alexander Graham Bell assumes National Geographic’s presidency.
National Geographic helps draft legislation to establish the National Park Service in the United States.
National Geographic–supported explorations of the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico help it become part of the U.S national park system.
National Geographic excavates an important archaeological site in Alabama and, 5 years later, buys the site and deeds it to the U.S. National Park Ser...
John Glenn carries the National Geographic flag on the first U.S. manned orbital space flight.
Dian Fossey begins a long-term National Geographic–funded study of mountain gorillas in Rwanda.
At National Geographic, we offer you and your group a wonderful opportunity to see, hear, and explore world-class exhibitions.
National Geographic has adopted a new term for teaching students about our world and is launching the Geo-Education Initiative to improve education th...