From expansive agricultural land and lush rain forests to rugged mountains and turbulent seas, explore the myriad landscapes that collectively cloak Earth and shelter life on it.
More About Habitats
Dive into one of the most magnificent habitats on Earth for incredible ocean photos, from rare reefs and underwater scenes to breaking waves and Antarctic icebergs.
A single pride of lions requires up to 100 miles of hunting space. The Big Cats Initiative aims to address this, and other threats to the survival of these magnificent animals.
Learn about the Megafishes Project and see photos of amazing freshwater giants.
From an afternoon tramp in Portland, Oregon’s urban Forest Park to a five-day trek in the Bitterroots of Idaho, these are the 30 best hikes you’ve never heard of.
- Solar Chimneys Can Convert Hot Air to Energy, But Is Funding a Mirage?
- New Energy Frontier: Drilling Into Coal for Gas
- Coast Guard Blames Shell Risk-Taking in Kulluk Rig Accident
- Where Hydrogen Energy Is Working
- Fukushima Return: At Nuclear Site, How Safe is “Safe?”
How to Feed Our Growing Planet
National Geographic explores how we can feed the growing population without overwhelming the planet in our food series.
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The World's Water
NG's new Change the Course campaign launches. When individuals pledge to use less water in their own lives, our partners carry out restoration work in the Colorado River Basin.
A special series on how grabbing water from poor people and future generations threatens global food security, environmental sustainability, and local cultures.