100 Years Of Infographics From National Geographic
A new tome from Taschen explores why National Geographic‘s approach to information design has changed little since the 1800s.
Pictures, More From National Geographic Magazine
Child marriage can devastate the lives of girls, their families, and their communities. The following organizations are encouraging families to delay marriage and give girls an opportunity to reach their full potential. They welcome your financial support—an investment in improving the lives of women and girls worldwide.
Breaking the Rules — Photo Tips — National Geographic
Get tips for breaking the traditional rules of photography in this how-to photo gallery from National Geographic.
10 best pictures from National Geographic Travel contest week five
'We are looking for images that show us the world: its people, places, and cultures'
10 best pictures from National Geographic Travel contest final week
Notable entries include rhinos drinking in a thunderstorm as contest nears end
Why Cape Town Is Running Out of Water, and Who’s Next — National Geographic
The South African city plans to shut off the taps to 4 million people. But it's just one of many cities around the world facing a future with too little water.
How Do Plastic Straw Bans Work? — National Geographic
The movement to ban plastic straws is growing, but phasing them out can be more complicated than it seems.
Marie Kondo helps declutter homes. What does that mean for plastic waste? — National Geographic
As families “tidy up,” they generate tons of plastic waste. In the long term, though, that balance may flip.
National Geographic’s new issue shows how the world looks through women’s eyes
"Men and women don’t necessarily see differently," says photojournalist Lynsey Addario. "But people respond to us differently and we have different access."
Hurricanes are the most powerful storms known to man. Find out when hurricane season peaks, how the storms form, and the surprising role they play in the lar...