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‘Primal Survivor’ Renewed For Season 3 By National Geographic

National Geographic has ordered a six-episode third season of its popular globe-trotting survival series Primal Survivor from UK production house Icon Films. Currently in production, the new season airs globally on National Geographic...Show More Summary

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Woah!! Photograph of the year 2016 by Bob Burton – Chief photographer of National Geographic / @NatGeo pic.twitter.com/ks5lqJwrde — Paul Sewell (@paul_w2s) December 4, 2016 Open Thread

Beautiful National Geographic photos show how Americans in every state spend their downtime

National Geographic photographers have been documenting human life since the early 1900s, capturing historic moments as well as more mundane routines. In the new book "National Geographic: The United States of America," 700 captivating...Show More Summary

National Geographic book showcases stunning landscapes including Golden Gate Bridge

New book Greatest Landscapes: Stunning Photographs that Inspire and Astonish from National Geographic, showcases some of the most iconic landscapes in the society's archives.

Take a journey through 128 years of fascinating National Geographic illustrations

A new book, 'National Geographic Infographics ', edited by Cologne-based Julius Wiedemann, reveals some of its most iconic infographics published by the organisation over more than a century.

What life was like under Fidel Castro, in photos by Cuban young people

Just days before Fidel Castro’s death, a group of Cuban students got together with a National Geographic photographer who was helping them learn how to tell “their own stories through … Click to Continue »

Want to Get Really Good at Dog Photography? Watch This (it’s free!)

My guest this week on “The Grid” was the most awesome dog photographer anywhere, Kaylee Greer (who, by the way, has the cover shot on the new National Geographic magazine “Nat Geo Wild“). On the episode (you can watch it above), sheShow More Summary

A Post-Election Prescription: Environmentalism Without Borders

Environmental organizations should launch a national campaign that reaches out to all Americans, across all social, economic, political and geographic borders, environmentalists or not — and offer a $1 full membership to anyone willing to join. Show More Summary

The Big Problem in Charity That Giving Tuesday Can’t Fix

Charities and nonprofits could hardly contain their enthusiasm leading up to Giving Tuesday. On social media, everything from National Geographic to the Kennedy Center has been promoting it for days. No shame there. Organizers of the...Show More Summary

Paradigm Signs Writer-Producer Paul Guyot

Paradigm has signed Paul Guyot, a writer-producer who most recently penned The Black 22s. The drama for National Geographic and A&E is based on the true story of a brilliant African-American detective and one of America's first all-black police squads in St. Show More Summary

“Mars”: How humans may explore the Red Planet

A new National Geographic series marries documentary interviews about space exploration with a fictionalized account of a manned mission to Mars in 2033

Donald Trump Won 2,600 Counties Compared To Clinton’s 500, Winning 83% Of The Geographic Nation

Donald Trump is the most popular Republican candidate in history bringing in over 62.4 million votes during the 2016 presidential election. He also secured victories in at least 83 percent of the counties in the United States. Trump is also ranked the third most popular presidential candidate in history. Show More Summary

Tales By Light – Netflix Binge Watching for Photographers!

If you’re a photographer and Netflix subscriber, you’ll defiantly want to set aside some time to watch Tales By Light. The series is joint venture between National Geographic and Canon. Season 1 (six half hour long episodes – available...Show More Summary

A Picture Of Climate Change

National Geographic asked photographers to show the impact of climate change, here’s what they shot – One against five November 23, 2016 (National Geographic) “…I was on an expedition exploring Franz Josef Land archipelago. There was a polar station where people brought dogs as guards against polar bears. Show More Summary

Putin Claims Russia’s Borders 'End Nowhere' At Geography Event

“Russia’s borders end nowhere,” Russian President Vladimir Putin declared at the annual award ceremony of the national geographic society in Moscow to roaring applause, broadcast live on state television on Thursday. “This is a joke,”...Show More Summary

National Geographic asked photographers to show the impact of climate change, here’s what they shot

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National Geographic asked a global community of photographers to share their stories about climate change. Photos were submitted through Your Shot, National Geographic’s online photo community, and then editors’ selections were chosen to be in an exhibit at the Conference of the Parties 22 Climate Summit in Morocco.

How National Geographic Selects Its Photographs: An Interview with Sarah Leen

If you're like me, you've grown up with a deep fascination of and a keen appreciation for the photographs in National Geographic. A true standard bearer in the industry, National Geographic and its photographers are almost mythological. Have...Show More Summary

The Mars TV Miniseries' Biggest Problem Is That It's Trying Way Too Hard to Be Real

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : io9

National Geographic’s new TV miniseries Mars has a message for the people of Earth: Colonizing the Red Planet is not a pipe dream. In fact, it’s achievable within a generation. Unfortunately, in the first few episodes at least, that message smothers the show’s ability to tell a good story. Mars is much more enjoyable… Read more...

Breathtaking Banff, cinematic Kauai and serene Finland: Incredible pictures of the 21 places you MUST visit in 2017

National Geographic Traveler has released its 2017 list of the hottest cities and the best places to visit for nature and culture in the world. Hamburg, Germany and Georgia, US both feature.

National Geographic Sets Up A Model Home To Replicate Life On Mars

Th publication has simulated a model home that could, in theory, sustain life on the red planet

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