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The National Geographic Society uses the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world.

 

 

PHOTO ARK SPECIAL PREMIERES 10/17 on Nat geo wild

Join Explorer Joel Sartore October 17 and 24 at 10pm/9c on his quest to use the power of photography to inspire people to save species at risk. 

Learn More About Photo Ark

Virtually Visit the “Women: A Century of Change” Exhibition

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage by exploring images from National Geographic’s historic archives that depict women from around the world in a new virtual reality tour.

Tour the VR Exhibition

PRojects from the Covid-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists 

Explore stories of COVID-19 from storytellers around the world supported by the National Geographic Society’s emergency fund for journalists.

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About the Fund

Learn Anywhere

 

As you enter a back-to-school time like no other, we offer a space to connect, share strategies, and run down a virtual hallway to encourage each other and celebrate the wins.

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Our Explorers at work

 

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  • Hannah Reyes Morales

    A Filipina photojournalists sees photography as an agent of change.


  • Rudi Putra

    A biologist is trying to save the critically endangered Sumatran rhinoceros in Indonesia.


  • Safeguarding Kenya’s lion population

    A conservation biologist, Shivani Bhalla, works to safeguard the future of Kenya’s rapidly declining lion population.


  • Pablo Borboroglu

    A leader in the effort to protect penguins uses new approaches to safeguard the species’ future.


  • Jamal Galves

    A National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellow is passionate about manatee conservation in Belize.


  • Dominique Gonçalves

    A Mozambican ecologist focuses on elephant conservation and building coexistence between communities.


  • Rosamira Guillen

    A conservationist is protecting one of Colombia’s most endangered native species.


  • Influencing change through storytelling

    Award-winning filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert aim to save the wild places and animals of Africa.


  • Olivier Nsengimana

    A Rwandan veterinarian is implementing a unique project to save his country’s endangered cranes.


  • Marina Rivero

    A National Geographic Photo Ark EDGE Fellow is focused on tapir recovery in Sierra Madre de Chiapas.


  • Asha de Vos

    A Sri Lankan marine biologist and ocean educator pioneers blue whale research in the Indian Ocean.


  • Rae Wynn-Grant

    An ecologist uses her expertise in statistical modeling to understand human-carnivore conflict.


  • Rodrigo Medllín

    An ecologist in Mexico uses a multidisciplinary approach to protect and conserve bat species.

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Learn how you can help change the world for the better. Get updates from our Explorers in the field who are working to save wildlife and wild places, and learn about all our work to explore and protect the planet.

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From top: Photographs by Amy Toensing (Holi festival) and Ronan Donovan (Leaves).



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