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National Geographic Photo Camp Overview

National Geographic photographers and editors travel the globe, not only on assignments, but also to teach their unique craft of storytelling to young people worldwide.  Check out this new video highlighting their experience working with diverse communities:  young refugees from Jordan to post-Katrina New Orleans; kids on the Pine Ridge Native American Reservation in South…

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Scientists Sound Alarm on Massive Oil Palm Development in Cameroon

The following is an open letter written by several world-class scientists on the subject of a proposed oil palm farm in Cameroon.   To whom it may concern: As established scientists with leading academic and research institutions around the world, we would like to express deep concerns about a proposed, massive oil palm development in Cameroon,…

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“Water Lives…”, An Ethereal Haiku Animation About Freshwater Ecosystems

By Rob St.John How should we value and manage our freshwater ecosystems? “Water Lives…” is a new science communication animation designed to draw attention to the important (yet largely invisible) biodiversity that underpins and sustains our freshwater ecosystems. Produced at the Oxford University School of Geography and the Environment for BioFresh — a European Union…

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Researchers, conservationists, and others share stories, insights and ideas about Our Changing Planet, Wildlife & Wild Spaces, and The Human Journey. More than 50,000 comments have been added to 10,000 posts. Explore the list alongside to dive deeper into some of the most popular categories of the National Geographic Society’s conversation platform Voices.

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