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Explorer: The Last Tepui

The Disney+ Earth Day special from National Geographic, 'Explorer: The Last Tepui,' follows elite climber Alex Honnold ('Free Solo') and an elite climbing team as they attempt to climb up a sheer cliff and deliver a renowned scientist to the top of a tepui to search for undiscovered species.
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Farming for the planet
John and Molly Chester gave up city life for the dream of starting a small farm. With no prior experience, they transformed the land from one crop to hundreds.

Sacred Strands

A giant rope of twisted rice straw hangs over the entrance to a Japanese temple in this image from our photography archives.

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May 2022 Issue

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Why forests are our best chance for survival in a warming world
Why forests are our best chance for survival in a warming world
Explore one of the first forests on Earth
Explore one of the first forests on Earth
How a warming climate threatens forest elephants
How a warming climate threatens forest elephants
See the remarkable richness of life in Europe’s old-growth forests
See the remarkable richness of life in Europe’s old-growth forests
How Australia’s Aboriginal people fight fire—with fire
How Australia’s Aboriginal people fight fire—with fire

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