National Geographic February 2015
Rising seas around Florida foretell what climate change may eventually do to other coastlines – and economies.
Proof | Drowning World
A photographer concerned about climate change depicts flooded-out lives across the globe.
The Invisible War on the Brain
Blast-force brain injuries plague untold thousands of U.S. soldiers.
The onetime sport of island chiefs, surfing binds Hawaiians to their cultural identity.
Mites crawl and breed in the strangest places. Some set up shop on bodies. Like yours.
In Gran Paradiso, Italy’s oldest national park, the aim is to balance culture and conservation.
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