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Daily Liberal
Moreton Bay a sea of hopefor a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocea
Moreton Bay a sea of hope
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 hours ago
for a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocean’s health. Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence Sylvia Earle said the had encouraged people to take responsibility of their... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Moreton Bay a sea of hopefor a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocea
Moreton Bay a sea of hope
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
for a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocean’s health. Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence Sylvia Earle said the had encouraged people to take responsibility of their... Read more
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The Young Witness
Moreton Bay a sea of hopefor a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocea
Moreton Bay a sea of hope
The Young Witness / Posted 7 hours ago
for a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocean’s health. Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence Sylvia Earle said the had encouraged people to take responsibility of their... Read more
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Western Advocate
Moreton Bay a sea of hopefor a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocea
Moreton Bay a sea of hope
Western Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
for a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocean’s health. Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence Sylvia Earle said the had encouraged people to take responsibility of their... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Moreton Bay a sea of hopefor a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocea
Moreton Bay a sea of hope
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
for a global network of marine protected areas large enough to restore the ocean’s health. Mission Blue founder and National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence Sylvia Earle said the had encouraged people to take responsibility of their... Read more
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CBC.ca
Bob Cole, Lawrence Hill among Order of Canada recipients to be honoured at Rideau Hallhe spent much of his early career as a plant explorer searching for new medicin
Bob Cole, Lawrence Hill among Order of Canada recipients to be honoured at Rideau Hall
CBC.ca / Posted 6 days ago
he spent much of his early career as a plant explorer searching for new medicines. Later, as explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, he became a leading voice celebrating the wonder of culture and the rights of Indigenous peoples... Read more
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Business Wire
National Geographic Channel, Imagine Entertainment and RadicalMedia Redefine Television Storytelling with MARS — an Unprecedented Global Event Seriesform the television and production arm of National Geographic Partners, a joint
National Geographic Channel, Imagine Entertainment and RadicalMedia Redefine Television Storytelling with MARS — an Unprecedented Global Event Series
Business Wire / Posted 15 days ago
form the television and production arm of National Geographic Partners, a joint venture between 21st Century Fox and the National Geographic Society. As a global leader in premium science, adventure and exploration programming, the Channels... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New ocean Hope Spots, vetted by IUCN and Mission Blueencourage people to take responsibility and ownership of their environment,” sa
New ocean Hope Spots, vetted by IUCN and Mission Blue
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
encourage people to take responsibility and ownership of their environment,” says Sylvia Earle, Founder of Mission Blue and National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence. “The ocean is in trouble, but you can do something about it. Join us as a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Why birds matter: New book shows the many ways birds keep ecosystems healthyrepresents his Turkish environmental organization KuzeyDoga that was elected an
Why birds matter: New book shows the many ways birds keep ecosystems healthy
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
represents his Turkish environmental organization KuzeyDoga that was elected an IUCN Member this year with the support of National Geographic Society and Wildlife Conservation Society. "Why Birds Matter" highlights the many essential services... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Looking for aliens on ocean worlds: 'You'd be in denial to believe there isn't life out there'alien seas. The man responsible for the conference at Woods Hole is geologist
Looking for aliens on ocean worlds: 'You'd be in denial to believe there isn't life out there'
The Daily Comet / Posted 27 days ago
alien seas. The man responsible for the conference at Woods Hole is geologist Chris German. Last fall he attended a National Geographic Society planetary sciences meeting to discuss exploration of ocean worlds beyond Earth - and quickly... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Looking for aliens on ocean worlds: 'You'd be in denial to believe there isn't life out there'alien seas. The man responsible for the conference at Woods Hole is geologist
Looking for aliens on ocean worlds: 'You'd be in denial to believe there isn't life out there'
The Houma Courier / Posted 27 days ago
alien seas. The man responsible for the conference at Woods Hole is geologist Chris German. Last fall he attended a National Geographic Society planetary sciences meeting to discuss exploration of ocean worlds beyond Earth - and quickly... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Boat beam liftedWaseda University in Tokyo with non-invasive scanning devices. Later in same y
Boat beam lifted
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 27 days ago
Waseda University in Tokyo with non-invasive scanning devices. Later in same year the pit was examined by the American National Geographic Society in association with the Egyptian Office for Historical Monuments. A hole was bored into the... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
National Park Service preserves some of earth’s richest natural legaciesThey came to the scenic highway from the north, from Canada, where they had als
National Park Service preserves some of earth’s richest natural legacies
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 27 days ago
They came to the scenic highway from the north, from Canada, where they had also been to Canadian national parks. The National Geographic Society describes it as on the most beautiful drives in the world. All interviewed for the story said... Read more
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PollutionOnline
Analyzing Waste Tracking And Reducing Landfill Waste Could Produce An Estimated 1B In ProfitsSmith, Roff. “How Reducing Food Waste Could Ease Climate Change.” National Geog
Analyzing Waste Tracking And Reducing Landfill Waste Could Produce An Estimated 1B In Profits
PollutionOnline / Posted 27 days ago
Smith, Roff. “How Reducing Food Waste Could Ease Climate Change.” National Geographic. National Geographic Society, 22 Jan. 2015. Web. 25 Aug. 2016.... Read more
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Business Wire
FIRST® Programs Challenge Students to Discover the Wild World of Animalsand animal husbandry, including representatives from University of New Hampshir
FIRST® Programs Challenge Students to Discover the Wild World of Animals
Business Wire / Posted 29 days ago
and animal husbandry, including representatives from University of New Hampshire, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, National Geographic Society, Biomimicry Institute and Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, among other... Read more
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The Examiner
Cheryl Harness steps away from her drawing board for Hillary Clinton biobooks telling the stories of such figures as MIles Standish, George Washington
Cheryl Harness steps away from her drawing board for Hillary Clinton bio
The Examiner / Posted 29 days ago
books telling the stories of such figures as MIles Standish, George Washington Carver and Teddy Roosevelt have been for the National Geographic Society. “They’re social history plus biography merged together,” Harness said. The bigger picture, as... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers observe solar eclipse's effects on weatherThe expedition to Svalbard was supported by a grant to Pasachoff from the Commi
Researchers observe solar eclipse's effects on weather
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
The expedition to Svalbard was supported by a grant to Pasachoff from the Committee for Research and Exploration of the National Geographic Society. The bulk of the theme issue was about the effect of the partial eclipse that was also visible... Read more
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Mashable
Obama creates world's largest protected areaBush was also encouraged after talking with renowned marine biologist Sylvia Ea
Obama creates world's largest protected area
Mashable / Posted 1 months ago
Bush was also encouraged after talking with renowned marine biologist Sylvia Earle, an explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society since 1998. Sylvia Earle speaks at "The Ocean in 2050" forum at National Geographic Museum in... Read more
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National Geographic
National Parks Were America’s Best Idea. Let’s Bring Them UnderwaterDr. Sylvia Earle is an oceanographer, National Geographic Society explorer in r
National Parks Were America’s Best Idea. Let’s Bring Them Underwater
National Geographic / Posted 1 months ago
Dr. Sylvia Earle is an oceanographer, National Geographic Society explorer in residence, author, and former Chief Scientist of NOAA. She is featured in the Emmy Award winning documentary film, Mission Blue, released on Netflix in 46 countries. John... Read more
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The Morning Call
Steve McCurry's photographs from Afghanistan captivate at Michener Museumfor Amnesty International on brochures, posters and calendars. McCurry was cov
Steve McCurry's photographs from Afghanistan captivate at Michener Museum
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
for Amnesty International on brochures, posters and calendars. McCurry was covering the Nasir Bagh refugee camp for the National Geographic Society and took the girls' picture with Kodachrome 64 color slide film, using a Nikon FM2 camera and... Read more

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