National Geographic July 2018
Faster. Higher. Smarter. Stronger.
Scientists are pushing the limits of human athletic performance
Predators in the Night
Meat-eating bats haunt a Maya temple.
Faces of the Future
In the United States today, Latinos are a major focus of the immigration debate. But in communities nationwide, they’re established, rising to power, and offering a glimpse of what’s ahead for the nation.
Puerto Rico is recovering from the longest blackout in U.S. history.
Lost at Sea
Rarely seen seabirds are suffering declines.
Wild Gems of Russia
Russia has imposed its strictest land-use protections on 85 million acres. That’s more than any other country – and only the beginning of the story.
30 Years of Climate Lessons
As the problem of human-driven climate change has grown, the response has not kept pace.
Kate Orff designs resilient coasts and waterways for the future.
Creating the World
What does it take to model Earth? Peer into the tool kit of a bespoke globemaker.
Clean Energy in a Coal Mine
In Germany an old mine may become an underground battery for wind and solar energy.
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