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Immerse yourself in videos designed to inspire and inform – perfect for learning something new about the world, and everything in it. 
Picnic with a View
Photograph by FRANC & JEAN SHOR, National Geographic Image Collection
National Geographic Magazine
March 2020
The End of Trash
By Robert Kunzig
Companies in Italy are turning out designer dresses that don’t require new materials, such as this dress – made from the cleaned and shredded remains of discarded clothes. What else can this circular economy encompass?
Photograph by Luca Locatelli

Two thirds of everything we take from the Earth is wastedIt doesn’t have to be that way. Can we save the planet by reusing all the stuff we make? A special report travels the world in search of circular-shaped solutions to energy, machines, food and more.

Also in the March 2020 edition of National Geographic:

Surviving Boko Haram 276 schoolgirls were abducted from Chibok, Nigeria. Many are still missing. Some came home. 
The secrets of bees the complex life of a species we rely on.
Art from Agar once an ingredient, then a medium for bacteria, now a canvas for a new culture of expression.
Bikepacking the west it’s backpacking on wheels, and this trail was born for it.


Japanese macaques | Female explorers | Mudskippers | Ice bubble tales 


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Chibok girls | Bees | Ice bubbles | Vertical farms | Bikepacking | Macaques
Photograph by National Geographic



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Photo story: following the wooded waterways of New Brunswick, Canada

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