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No, Hawaii's Volcano Won't Trigger a Mega-Tsunami
Here are all the ways the Hawaiian eruption won't cause problems, according to experts.
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How People Make Only a Jar of Trash a Year
The growing zero-waste community is radically slashing their waste output, while living more fulfilling lives.
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Why We're Giving Up the Plastic Wrapper Around Our Magazine
National Geographic is launching a multiyear ‘Planet or Plastic?’ campaign to encourage consumers to reduce single-use plastics.
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For Animals, Plastic Is Turning the Ocean Into a Minefield
From getting stuck in nets to eating plastic that they think is food, creatures worldwide are dying from material we made.
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This Machine Transforms Waste Into Walls
The portable Trashpresso is turning trash into building supplies.
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This 'Secret Garden' of Coral May Be 1,000 Years Old
The underwater footage shows a rare look at the thriving deep-sea life contained in the Gulf of Mexico's dark depths.
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Large Island Declared Rat-Free in Biggest Removal Success
South Georgia Island near Antarctica is now teeming with native wildlife, thanks to an effort to remove invasive rats that had been devouring birds.
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What's the Difference Between Magma and Lava?
And why do some volcanoes explode and others only ooze? It all comes down to their gooey centers.
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Why a Massive Sinkhole Tore Open in New Zealand
Both natural and manmade conditions can create similar sinkholes in places like Mexico, China, and the U.S.
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Vietnam was a land ravaged by war but the nature here managed to rejuvenate and it has become one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. This program explores how this was possible and shows some of the most unique animals on earth that have made Vietnam their home.

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