On Climate Change (and Everything Else), We’re on the Side of Facts

National Geographic ‘will continue to report—factually and fairly—on how climate change is altering the Earth.’

In the past three years, this magazine has run 34 stories on climate change—including a special issue devoted entirely to the topic.

Our commitment is ongoing. In the April issue, to mark Earth Day, we’ll publish a guide that separates fact from fallacy on climate change and a feature story on how rising temperatures are affecting Alaska. Later this year we’ll offer looks at the Arctic, Antarctica, the Galápagos Islands, and other places at risk as the world warms. Our television channel is airing a documentary film and a three-part series on water issues.

And that doesn’t count the hundreds of climate stories we have published on nationalgeographic.com.

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