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How these 1930s maps left some neighborhoods with fewer trees
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Challenge 3: Explore the soil with a super scooper
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How L.A.'s urban tree canopy reveals hidden inequities
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How tiny Monaco became a giant in ocean conservation
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Oceans need protection now. A new blueprint may help countries reach their goals.
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Sylvia Earle: Exploring and protecting the ocean for seven decades
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National Geographic Society

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.

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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.

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New science is showing that whales share an amazing ability to learn and adapt. Join us on our journey as we looked at culture in whales and their complex societies.