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Watch: Dramatic Rescues Show Intensity of China’s Deadly Floods loading...
Watch: Dramatic Rescues Show Intensity of China’s Deadly Floods
Both professional rescuers and helpful neighbours pitched in across south and central China to aid those who were stranded by extreme flooding.
5 Adventures Straight Out of Game of Thrones loading...
5 Adventures Straight Out of Game of Thrones
You may never ride a dragon or scale an ice fortress, but these wild experiences will get you pretty close.
21 Captivating Pictures of Places Worth Protecting loading...
21 Captivating Pictures of Places Worth Protecting
Challenged to #protecttheselands, National Geographic Your Shot photographers from around the world share pictures of their most beloved natural places.
200 Environmentalists Were Murdered Last Year loading...
200 Environmentalists Were Murdered Last Year
A new report warns of escalating violence against conservationists and protestors, from the U.S. to Africa and beyond.
Sea Level Rise Will Flood Hundreds of Cities in the Near Future loading...
Sea Level Rise Will Flood Hundreds of Cities in the Near Future
Many shore communities in the U.S. face inundation in the coming decades.
Plants Can Turn Caterpillars Into Cannibals to Avoid Getting Eaten loading...
Plants Can Turn Caterpillars Into Cannibals to Avoid Getting Eaten
In order to protect themselves from hungry herbivores, plants release a defence mechanism that makes them taste foul.
66 million Trees planted in 12 hours, Well Done India loading...
66 million Trees planted in 12 hours, Well Done India
In accordance with the Paris Agreement.
Storm Chaser Video Reveals Devastating Tornadoes loading...
Storm Chaser Video Reveals Devastating Tornadoes
National Geographic tornado scientist Anton Seimon is capturing tornadoes on camera to better understand the damage they cause.
New Island Appears Off U.S. Coast loading...
New Island Appears Off U.S. Coast
The sandy beach is littered with whale bones and ribs of old shipwrecks.
Lightning-Caused Fires on the Rise in the World’s Largest Forest loading...
Lightning-Caused Fires on the Rise in the World’s Largest Forest
New NASA study shows how lightning is driving fire and pushing it north, with a likely link to climate change.
Dramatic Video Shows Deadly Tsunami Hitting Greenland loading...
Dramatic Video Shows Deadly Tsunami Hitting Greenland
A 4.0 magnitude earthquake was recorded as the storm surged, but geologists believe a landslide could be to blame for the deadly tsunami.
Al Gore: The Green Revolution Is ‘Unstoppable’ loading...
Al Gore: The Green Revolution Is ‘Unstoppable’
Despite a tough political climate, the environmental activist is still optimistic.

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