Mark Angelo

The River That Runs Through Nature’s Greatest Spectacle

After witnessing the world’s greatest wildlife migration along Kenya’s Mara River, the author reflects on the role of rivers in nurturing entire ecosystems. This post is part of a special National Geographic news series on global water issues. ...

Dam Removals Open Way for Cultural and Habitat Restoration

As dams come down in different parts of the world, exciting opportunities are opened to restore lost habitats and cultural sites sacred to indigenous peoples. This post is part of a special National Geographic news series on global water issues.&...

To Save the Heart of a Mighty River

An innovative new initiative aims to better protect a stretch of the Fraser River, one of the most productive stretches of river anywhere in the world. By Mark Angelo This post is part of a special news series on global ...

World Rivers Day set for September 26th

With its origins in British Columbia, Rivers Day has now evolved into a global event celebrating the values of our waterways while also urging the need for better stewardship. By Mark Angelo This post is part of a special news ...

Restoring urban streams and the quality of life

Restoration of urban streams across the world are exciting and serve as a source of hope and inspiration while also adding greatly to the quality of life in local communities. This post is part of a special National Geographic news ...