National Geographic August 2015
Last Rites for the Jade Sea?
Projects upstream from Kenya’s Lake Turkana threaten to turn the world’s largest permanent desert lake into a dust bowl disaster.
Will the Pope Change the Vatican?
Or will the Vatican change Pope Francis, who has focused on serving the poor and reforming the church?
A century ago taxidermy played a key part in fostering wildlife conservation. Today its role is less clear.
Life After the Bombs
Laos is, per capita, the most heavily bombed nation on Earth. It’s also among the most resilient.
Proof | Portraits of Katrina
On the ten-year anniversary of the devastating U.S. Gulf Coast hurricane, photographers share scenes of both destruction and resurrection.
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