10 Easy Ways You Can Help Scientists Study the Earth loading...
10 Easy Ways You Can Help Scientists Study the Earth
From weather monitoring to counting butterflies, these citizens science projects engage the public in environmental issues.
Why a 'War on Science' Puts Us All at Risk loading...
Why a 'War on Science' Puts Us All at Risk
A scientist talks budget cuts, vanishing curiosity, Florida real estate, and similarities in the politics of gay marriage and climate change.
China's 'Great Green Wall' Fights Expanding Desert loading...
China's 'Great Green Wall' Fights Expanding Desert
Throughout the past 40 years, the Earth has lost a third of its arable land to erosion and degradation. China’s efforts to fight the problem have seen mixed results.
These Monks Saved Their Abbey by Protecting the Earth loading...
These Monks Saved Their Abbey by Protecting the Earth
Catholic monks in Virginia have reinvigorated their order by vowing to be sustainable.
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Antarctica Is Covered With More Meltwater Than Thought
While the implications for sea level rise are unclear, a new survey should help scientists better understand climate effects on the continent.
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Quirky Portraits of One Town's Trash—And the People Who Take Care of It
A photographer’s work spotlights waste management workers in southern Italy.
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This Emmy-winning series follows celebrity correspondents around the world, to witness first-hand the effects of climate change on our planet and to learn how we can save it for future generations. New Season premieres 22nd November 7.30pm AEDT/NZDT on National Geographic Channel

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