Milestone marks the more than halfway point for National Geographic Photo Ark founder Joel Sartore on his quest to document every species living in the world’s zoos and other wildlife sanctuaries….
For more than 30 years, the National Geographic Society has been dedicated to supporting educators to ensure that the next generation is armed with geographic knowledge and global understanding. Now, National Geographic is re-affirming this commitment with the launch of the new National Geographic State Geography Steward Program….
With support from the National Geographic Society, National Geographic Explorer Andrew Suarez’s team used 3-D X-ray imaging and high-speed cameras to unravel the anatomy of these unusual ant chops….
National Geographic Explorers have embarked on many expeditions over the past 70 years to study the phenomena of solar eclipses. On the day of the 2017 total solar eclipse, take a moment to relive footage from the moon’s previous trips between the sun and Earth….
Archaeology journal Antiquity honors Parcak for 2016 paper detailing a collaborative mapping project in Egypt. The research, funded in part by the National Geographic Society, enhanced the country’s ongoing efforts to combat looting….
With support from the National Geographic Society, National Geographic Explorer Isaiah Nengo’s team uncovered the most complete Miocene ape skull in the fossil record….
On World Lion Day, National Geographic Society President and CEO Gary E. Knell reflects on the importance of protecting the planet's remaining lion populations on his Medium blog….
National Geographic’s fall 2017 D.C. live event lineup promises something for just about everyone with student matinees, happy hours, immersive exhibitions, and more. Experience exploration firsthand with a lineup of speakers including National Geographic Explorers like Ronan Donovan, National Geographic Magazine Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg, Nat Geo WILD’s Dr. Jan Pol, and former International Space Station Commander Terry Virts. Get inspired……
Photo Ark founder and National Geographic Fellow Joel Sartore received the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Rungius Medal in recognition of his contribution to wildlife and habitat awareness….
NGS Internal Communications’ Christian Garland recently spent a week at Photo Camp Greece. At National Geographic Photo Camp, young people from underserved communities, including at-risk and refugee teens, learn how to use photography to tell their own stories, explore the world around them, and develop deep connections with others….
Every year, National Geographic recognizes and supports uniquely gifted and inspiring scientists, conservationists, storytellers and innovators who are changing the world, known as our Emerging Explorers. Today, the National Geographic Society is excited to announce its 2017 class of Emerging Explorers. The group hails from all over the globe: Borneo, Italy, Mozambique, Angola, the United States, and more. Not only……
On Earth Day, National Geographic Society President and CEO Gary E. Knell reflects on the importance of focusing on solutions for global conservation on his Medium blog….
To celebrate Earth Day this weekend, National Geographic will join the Smithsonian Institution and other partners in conservation for three days of conversation tackling complex environmental problems on a global scale. Fittingly titled the Earth Optimism Summit, the event will convene 1,000 thought leaders, pioneering researchers, artists, civic leaders, members of the media, philanthropists and other conservation-minded citizens to discuss……
The recent Out of Eden Walk site redesign earned National Geographic Society recognition by media industry news organization min for outstanding web initiative….
In honor of World Water Day, National Geographic Society CEO Gary E. Knell reflects on the power of science and storytelling to create a water-secure Future on his Medium blog. Additionally, National Geographic released a video showcasing Okavango Wilderness Project’s work to protect one of the planet’s last wetland wildernesses….