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NatGeo News Watch · 1h ago

Studies Examine Climate Change Threat Level, Recalculate Carbon Budget

Absent efforts well beyond those described in the Paris Agreement—to limit warming to well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit that increase to...
NatGeo News Watch · 11h ago

Life at the Southern Limits of New Zealand

Rakiura / Stewart Island is the southern-most inhabited point of New Zealand. Here, island...
NatGeo News Watch · 21h ago

Making an Impact on Marine Debris through Education

The following is a blog post by Marie Kowalski, Learning Specialist at Shedd Aquarium, abo...
NatGeo News Watch · 21h ago

Do Mountain Lions Rival McDonald’s?

Stinky dead meat. Oddly, I’ve come to love the stench of it, even though it sometimes turn...
NatGeo News Watch · 1d ago

Reaping What You Sow: The Upside to Conserving Water Even as Your Rates Rise

By Chelsea Hawkins and Mary Ann Dickinson There’s something counter-intuitive about paying...
NatGeo News Watch · 1d ago

Slow Conservation and Slow Journalism Converge in the Pamirs of Central Asia

It’s 5 p.m., and the sun’s last rays cast a golden glow on an empty road in the eastern Pa...
NatGeo News Watch · 1d ago

Science for Conservation at the Edge of an Erupting Volcano

What strange things might happen when you embark on a trip to film and photograph penguin ...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Tequila sunrise, or Floreana sunrise, a story of hope for humanity

Imagine yourself, at the break of dawn, sitting at the highest point of othe Galápagos Arc...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Sea Turtle “Washbacks” on Florida’s Coastline: What you can do to help

In the days following Hurricane Irma, Florida has slowly started the cleanup process. Road...
NatGeo News Watch · 2d ago

Conservation in Changtang: Securing a Future for the Snow Leopard

In early 2015, WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) and Panthera initiated a joint project ...