The "Sea to Source: Ganges" post-monsoon expedition focuses on informing and identifying solutions to help tackle the global plastic crisis. In this post, members of the expedition's socioeconomic team share their perspective from the field.
Mary Hubbard, Geology Team co-lead for the National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition, provides a behind the scenes glimpse into the work she and her team conducted in the Gokyo Valley lakes. The team, whose work was recently ...
The Sea to Source: Ganges expedition is working to scientifically document plastic waste in the Ganges watershed and support holistic and inclusive solutions. Hear from the expedition's land team, who are studying the systems around waste, and waste generation.
The Okavango Wilderness Project team recently returned from the field and concluded their 2019 expedition. We caught up with the team to learn more about what they were doing and their latest observations.
Protecting diverse ecosystems and the natural benefits that they provide is essential to the future of life on our planet and the well-being of humanity. Those services, which are often called ecosystem services, include providing resources such as food and ...
Many indigenous peoples and local communities have developed a profound understanding of the natural world. Worldwide, indigenous peoples and local communities are more likely to be affected by the impacts of a changing climate.
Despite the habitat loss that has occurred globally to date, there is still hope. Studies reveal that by protecting 50 percent of the land and ocean around the world, plant and animal species could thrive.