The Guerrilla Cyclists of Mexico City
Frustrated cyclists in Mexico City took matters into their own hands and built DIY bike lanes to show the government how to get the job done. Bicycles can ease the traffic and pollution that continue to choke cities, but around the world cities struggle to build biking infrastructure.
The National Geographic Society, an impact-driven non-profit with global reach, has a long history of exploring the mysteries of the ocean. We support a community of Explorers - scientists, educators, storytellers, conservationists, technologists, and others - working to inspire, educate, preserve, and protect our planet's life support system.learn more
Enric Sala & Pristine Seas
Join us in supporting Explorers like Enric Sala, founder of Pristine Seas, a National Geographic Society initiative which has carried out expeditions in 31 places, including the Southern Ocean. 23 of those places have since been protected, covering a total area of more than 6 million square kilometers — more than twice the size of India.Learn More