National Geographic July 2020

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National Geographic July 2020 Highlights:

Mystery on Everest

Nearly a century ago, Andrew “Sandy” Irvine and George Mallory vanished on Everest. Were they the first to make it to the top?

Roof of the World (Poster)

See a drone’s-eye view and map of Earth’s “third pole.”

Why Weren’t We Ready for This?

Science journalists have long cautioned that the world was unprepared for pandemics such as COVID-19. The author explores why the warnings weren’t heeded.

Seeing the Pandemic Around the World

Photographers are known for roaming widely to document life on Earth. Despite being constrained by lockdowns and quarantines, they were still on the job.

We are Not Made for the New Normal

In perilous times, our deepest human impulse is to draw close to each other – the very thing we’ve been told not to do in the wake of COVID-19.

When the Virus Came to Kenya

Staying safe from the coronavirus can be an unaffordable luxury in one of the world’s most unequal countries.

The Looming Crisis Over Water

The Indus River is vital to 270 million people.

Making Glaciers in Northern India

Ice towers help fight climate change effects.

The Himalaya’s Ghost Leopards

Conservation boosts snow leopard sightings.

A New Window Into the Weather

Everest stations will gauge climate change.


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1 review for National Geographic July 2020

  1. David Gustafson (verified owner)

    This issue was fascinating and engaging on several levels. The Mystery on Everest focuses on the Mallory/Irvine attempt to summit and subsequent falls to their deaths. The story, the photography and the Mystery laid out beautifully and with a kind of “edge of your seat” recounting of what may have happened as well as the search for the body of Irvine. Equally spellbinding is account of how the National Geographic crew nailed the world’s highest weather stations to Everest outcroppings. The folded poster has the most magnificent photo of Everest I have ever seen. I wound up orderIng an extra copy for a mountain-climbing friend of mine.

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