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1 Can a new way to measure tropical rainforest vulnerability help save them?
2 Florida enacts sweeping law to protect its wildlife corridors
3 Here’s what kids can learn from sharks
4 Alex Trebek honoured with Geographical Society grant program for emerging explorers
5 The National Geographic Society
6 Controversy brews over leaked tiger breeding report
7 ‘They say a country never dies’: Haitians reflect on the past while confronting the future
8 The Leader of the Pack is Back! Cesar Millan Returns to National Geographic to Lead Pawsitive Transformations in the Highly Anticipated New Series, CESAR MILLAN: BETTER HUMAN BETTER DOG
9 View from Away: National Geographic adds an ocean
10 National Geographic's decision to include five oceans on its maps is a reminder that consensus evolves
11 There’s a new ocean now—can you name all 5?
12 The wild celebrities of Japan's national parks
13 Watch how this ancient Greek city and this natural creation coexist in perfect harmony
14 Residential school survivors reflect on a brutal legacy: ‘That could’ve been me.’
15 Champions of wildlife and wild places win prestigious awards
16 Announcing the National Geographic Society's 2021 Emerging Explorer Cohort
17 Nat Geo to Commemorate 20th Anniversary of 9/11 With Documentary Series 9/11: ONE DAY IN AMERICA, Executive Produced by Emmy® Award-Winning 72 Films and Emmy and Academy Award®-Winning Producers Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin (“LA 92,” “
18 Miller Museum celebrates Scandinavian American culture
19 News . Index Ranks Rainforests' Vulnerability to Climate and Human Impacts
20 National Geographic Opening at Harbour City Start the Journey with Tiger & Jeremy @MIRROR Be Adventurous & Stylish to discover the unexplored places
21 Why Nova Scotia is currently Canada's most exciting province
22 Five of south London’s best sightseeing walks
23 Highest weather station in the Andes will help scientists search for climate answers
24 You can now hear rainforest sounds worldwide—here's why that matters
25 Jill Tiefenthaler: 'To illuminate and protect the wonder of our world'
26 Miller Art Museum Celebrates Scandinavian American Culture
27 National Geographic Masthead
28 Oceans need protection now. A new blueprint may help countries reach their goals by 2030.
29 First study of all Amazon greenhouse gases suggests the damaged forest is now worsening climate change
30 New index ranks rainforests' vulnerability to climate, human impact
31 Initiative to support Canadian explorers and scientists honours Alex Trebek
32 Underwater archaeology pioneer George Bass dies at 88
33 After an extended fight, acclaimed sculptural installation will leave National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington
34 New warning system to sound alarm on 'tipping points' for embattled rainforests
35 National Geographic’s list of best trips for future planning
36 This little-known Native American society was once as powerful as the Aztecs and Incas
37 South Africa plans to end controversial captive lion industry
38 New Atlantic marine sanctuary will be one of world's largest
39 Wild cockatoos learn to open bins by copying others—first evidence of social learning
40 Last meal of sacrificial bog body was surprisingly unsurprising, researchers say
41 Rare footage shows North Atlantic right whales ‘hug’
42 Mount Everest is more than two feet taller, China and Nepal announce
43 Glimpses of grief and resilience, captured over an unforgettable year
44 Perspective | The Olympics have long been an arena for the fight between racism and equality
45 'Forest gardens’ show how Native land stewardship can outdo nature
46 Members of Congress urge investigation into Okavango oil exploration
47 National Geographic faced up to its racist past. Did it actually get better?
48 Like us, whales have culture. But how do you photograph it?
49 Meet the adventurer: Mark Synnott on climbing Everest’s North Face to solve a 100-year-old mystery
50 The National Geographic Society and Adobe Partner to Bring Creative Storytelling into the Classroom
51 National Geographic Officially Recognizes the Southern Ocean as World's Fifth Ocean
52 Study in Nature: Protecting the Ocean Delivers a Comprehensive Solution for Climate, Fishing and Biodiversity
53 How gymnastics became a deeply beloved Olympic sport
54 ReconAfrica, exploring for oil upstream of the Okavango Delta, accused of ignoring Namibians’ concerns
55 450 butterfly species rapidly declining due to warmer autumns in the western U.S.
56 National Geographic Society grant to fund research into Easter Island
57 Americans are observing nature during the pandemic, helping scientists with research
58 3-ton parts of Stonehenge may have been carried from earlier monuments
59 Honoring Asian Pacific American Heritage Month With National Geographic Explorers
60 A fifth ocean? National Geographic adds Southern Ocean to world map
61 In New Plan, National Geographic Will Move an Acclaimed Sculpture
62 Greta Thunberg reflects on living through multiple crises in a 'post-truth society'
63 In Michigan, making the outdoors more accessible to people of color
64 Your honest, hidden thoughts on race captured in just 6 words
65 National Geographic's Okavango Wilderness Project Among Tribeca Film Festival's Inaugural Class of Podcast Programs
66 What are elephants really ‘saying?’ First-ever library reveals communication mysteries.
67 The Reader's Notebook: National Geographic Society
68 How are older Americans fighting isolation amid the pandemic?
69 Plastic gets to the oceans through over 1,000 rivers
70 Women's History Month: Meet the Women Making History at National Geographic
71 Endangered color
72 These 3 smart ESG investing tips can have a powerful impact on your portfolio and the planet
73 More than 130 years after its discovery, this moth was finally photographed alive
74 For World Bee Day, take a moment to appreciate native bees
75 8 years ago I began walking the Earth—and stumbled into an era spinning with change
76 Groundbreaking effort launched to decode whale language
77 ReconAfrica, oil exploration company in Okavango wilderness, misled investors, complaint to SEC says
78 The pioneering science that unlocked the secrets of whale culture
79 Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Society announce 2021 fellowship class
80 Who owns America's history? The answer will define what replaces fallen monuments.
81 Biden commits to ambitious 30x30 conservation target
82 Behind the Scenes of Our January 2021 Special Issue, '2020: The Year in Pictures'
83 Nat GEO: Meet some of the millions of women who migrated recently, risking everything
84 Spotted and oddly striped zebras may be a warning for species’ future
85 The lost age of women-only hotels
86 Meet the 2020 National Geographic Award Recipients – National Geographic Society Newsroom
87 How to save a lighthouse? Sleep in one.
88 National Geographic Society Names Three New Trustees: Ellen Stofan, Joseph M. DeSimone and Rajiv Shah
89 First woman CEO of DC's National Geographic Society looks beyond white male perspective
90 Key Fishing Nations Endorse the Protection of 30% of the Ocean
91 Oil drilling upstream of Okavango Delta moves closer to reality
92 Celebrating Black History Month with National Geographic Explorers Christine Wilkinson and Kendall Calhoun
93 Rivers and lakes are the most degraded ecosystems in the world. Can we save them?
94 The enduring legacy of Michael Collins, astronaut and chronicler of Apollo 11
95 How to pitch a story for National Geographic
96 This single number—the social cost of carbon—could reshape our climate future
97 In one of Egypt’s most spiritual places, Bedouins find peace and resilience
98 “Sea to Source: Ganges” Expedition Team Releases Key Findings
99 A storyteller walking the world stumbles across a 2,000-year-old civilization along Irrawaddy river
100 This Week in Jobs DMV: Round the Bases