This post was written by educator and 2020 Education Fellow Ashley Lamb-Sinclair. Last summer, while my community of Louisville, Kentucky – and the world – took to the streets in protest of the killing of Breonna Taylor, I participated in a Healing Ceremony hosted by Black Lives Matter Louisville. My goal was to be quiet, to listen, and to respond as requested by the leaders … Continue reading 2,892 Miles to Go – A Geographic Walk for Justice
This post was written by #GenGeo community member and National Geographic Young Explorer Sruthi Gurudev. I am not a scientist. But I am a reader. My first dives into the ocean’s depths were through books and beautiful photographs. Growing up in landlocked Chicago, I felt so far away from the ocean. I immersed myself in written pieces about strange and fascinating creatures who lived beneath … Continue reading Here’s How I Am Taking Action for Our Ocean (And How You Can Too)
Tim Black and Nichola de Montaigne wrote this post. Are the SDGs being used in your learning community? If not, we hope you’ll consider that a not – YET. Curious? Read on to learn more about our new project – #BiteSizeSDGs. We’d love for you to get involved! WHO WE ARE: We are both international educators who share a passion for making learning meaningful and … Continue reading We Created #bitesizeSDGs. Join Us to Help Solve the World’s Biggest Challenges!
This post was written by #GenGeo community member and National Geographic Young Explorer Ghaamid Abdulbasat. When I was younger, I was in love with aircraft engineering, so I set my eyes toward the sky. I thought studying engineering was the best path for me, but I took a sharp turn when my father suggested I add Environmental Sciences to my list of introductory university courses. … Continue reading Want to protect the planet? Start at home.
The ocean is our planet’s life support system. It covers over 70 percent of Earth’s surface, supplies over half its oxygen, and shelters an incredible diversity of life. To gear up to celebrate Earth Day, the National Geographic Society hosted a virtual field trip on April 21 at 1 p.m. ET. The program is now available to watch on-demand on YouTube! In this virtual field … Continue reading Next Virtual Field Trip Stop: The Deep Blue