This week, we learned …
… the Lorax may be native to the Mount Kenya Safari Club. Read of the week!
The Lorax is just one of the environmental books we recommend!
… all about the long, strange trip of the world’s most mysterious script.
Why do you think Rongorongo isn’t a major language of Chile and the Americas?
… how a 9-year-old’s statistics helped shape the debate on straws, and how a 12-year-old is working to clean them all up.
Join the One Less Straw campaign, and take the #PlanetOrPlastic pledge.
… private schools are becoming more elite.
Use the National Geographic Learning Framework to make any school more elite.
… archaeologists discovered the oldest versions of one of the world’s oldest stories.
Navigate the Odyssey with our lovely little geo-tour.
… Caribbean lizards have evolved since last year’s hurricanes.
Where else can we see evidence of evolution in action?
… outer space is closer than we thought.
… why disabled people need plastic straws.
Plastic is a complex issue. Get some guidance from our collection of resources.
… Mars may have an underground saltwater lake.
You’ve got Mars questions? We’ve got answers.
… everyone on Earth has cravings at 7pm and 2am.
… what would happen if we detonated a nuclear bomb in the deepest place on Earth. (Not much).
Get to the bottom of the Mariana Trench without blowing it up.