National Geographic March 2020
National Geographic March 2020 Highlights:
The End of Trash
“To get along with this Earth,” National Geographic’s senior environment editor writes, “we must do just one thing: Stop wasting so much of it.” That’s the goal of advocates of a circular economy – one that would extract value from most of the trash we now discard.
The Secrets of Bees
Observing a wild nest of honeybees reveals tricks to their survival.
These Nigerian kidnapping survivors are reclaiming their future.
Culture, or Abuse?
Questions surround the treatment of Japanese macaques.
The accomplishments of groundbreaking women light up National Geographic’s history.
When Art Sounds a Climate Warning
In bubbles captured by ice on Alaska lakes and ponds, a photographer found inspiration – and sobering evidence – of climate change.
Finding Our Way to the Future
A Cosmos author’s plea: Let’s take what scientists tell us to heart.
Agar helps scientists grow microbes in labs. It’s also a canvas for unconventional art.
Visiting the mountain monasteries of Meteora, Greece, is worth the steep climb.
Bike Between Parks on Kokopelli’s Trail
A backcountry path runs 142 miles through “big, wild country” in the western U.S.
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