National Geographic Society

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Name: National Geographic Society
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Howard Paine dies at 85; designer changed the face of stamps and a magazine

By ,You probably don’t know who Howard Paine was, but you’ve seen his graphic artistry hundreds, probably thousands of times.You’ve seen it if you’ve ever licked a stamp — back in the days when they had to be licked — mailed a letter, or thumbed the pages ... [Published Washington Post - 51 mins ago]
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Pristine Seas – Chicago National Geographic Presentation.

Marine ecologist and NationalGeographic Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Enric Sala recounts his odysseyfrom academic to explorer and activist, with stunning images from thehealthy seas he works to protect.On Monday, April 1, 2013 at 7 p.m. National Geograp ... [Published Oak Park Journal - 1 hour ago]
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As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us?

There are more than 7 billion people on Earth now, and roughly one in eight of us doesn't have enough to eat. The question of how many people the Earth can support is a long-standing one that becomes more intense as the world's population—and our use ... [Published National Geographic - 1 hour ago]
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Conservationists Spar With Fishermen Over World’s Largest Marine Monument

President Obama’s proposal in June to expand a marine sanctuary around seven U.S.-controlled islands and atolls in the central Pacific Ocean drew immediate praise from scientists and conservationists, but has since sparked opposition from representatives ... [Published National Geographic - 4 hours ago]
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Isle of Man’s Mountain Road in National Geographic’s Top 10 drives

The Mountain Road has been included in the National Geographic’s top 10 Drivers’ Drives.The road has been placed at number eight, behind Highway 89 between Arizona and Montana, Alaska’s remote Denali Highway, and the 60 hairpins and 9,042 feet climb on ... [Published Isle of Man Newspapers - 13 hours ago]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

Galapagos cruising on National Geographic science ship

Playful sea lions, fearless boobies and the only ocean-going lizards in the world -- the Galapagos Islands offer bountiful experiences for naturalists and tourists alike. ... [Published DailyMe.Com - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 2 reports

iPhone 6 Camera Impresses National Geographic Professional Photographer

Apple had a pretty busy couple of weeks. The tech giant introduced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and also unleashed the latest version of its operating system, iOS 8.Naturally, the company has upped things in the photographic department a lot, and initial ... [Published Softpedia - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

National Geographic Russia Presents “The Amazing Moscow Region”

National Geographic Russia magazine, in cooperation with the "Our Moscow Region" governor's program of the Moscow regional government presents "The Amazing Moscow Region" outdoor photo exhibition.According to the "dry statistics," the Moscow region occupies ... [Published Noodls - Sep 19 2014]
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09/20/2014 - National Geographic Young Explorers Grants Workshop

The National Geographic Young Explorers Grants program is for individuals ages 18 through 25. From documenting threatened animals to exploring canyons, the program supports students pursuing field projects in research, exploration, and conservation.Workshop ... [Published The University of Tennessee, Knoxville - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 19 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

National Geographic explorers hope to spark interest in adventure

• Photo courtesy of Dr. Yingkui Li Nancy Li, a National Geographic Young Explorers grantee, researched glaciers in Northwestern China in the summer of 2012.An adventure awaits you.This Saturday, the National Geographic Society will sponsor two events ... [Published Daily Beacon Online - Sep 19 2014]
First reported Sep 18 2014 - Updated Sep 18 2014 - 2 reports

Why we have different faces

WASHINGTON, DC. KAZINFORM From bug eyes to aquiline noses, square jaws to chin dimples, no two faces are alike. That diversity may have evolved to make it easier to recognize other people,researchers reported on Tuesday.The shape and configuration of ... [Published Kazinform - Sep 18 2014]
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National Geographic Russia Achieves New Victory

The Russian edition of National Geographic magazine received an award for "Best Joint Promotional Project" at the international media conference at National Geographic Society headquarters.Representatives of the regional editions of National Geographic ... [Published Noodls - Sep 18 2014]


As World Bank Vice President  Rachel Kyte told Marianne Lavelle of National Geographic last year, "It is energy that lights the lamp that lets you do your homework, that keeps the heat on in a hospital, that lights the small businesses where most people work. Without energy, there is no economic growth, there is no dynamism, and there is no opportunity."
"We had almost the entire skull, which was wonderful," Terry Gates, co-author of the new findings, said in a statement , "but the preparation was very difficult. It took two years to dig the fossil out of the sandstone it was embedded in--it was like digging a dinosaur skull out of a concrete driveway."
"I'm using my authority as president to protect some of our nation's most pristine marine monuments, just like we do on land" Obama had said at the time
According to National Geographic: "Gaelic football and hurling are some of the top spectator sports in Ireland and Northern Ireland, culminating in the All-Ireland Senior Championship finals played in Dublin's Croke Park in September."

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Howard Paine dies at 85; designer changed the f... [Published Washington Post - 51 mins ago]
Pristine Seas – Chicago National Geographic Pre... [Published Oak Park Journal - 1 hour ago]
As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources... [Published National Geographic - 1 hour ago]
Furry Bear Mitts - This Set of Oversized Faux P... [Published Trend Hunter - 3 hours ago]
New Rhinorex Dinosaur Had Mysteriously Large Nose [Published Auto World News - 4 hours ago]
Conservationists Spar With Fishermen Over World... [Published National Geographic - 4 hours ago]
Why Do Cooked Lobsters Turn Red? [Published National Geographic - 6 hours ago]
Ask the experts: A South America sabbatical trip [Published National Geographic Traveller - 6 hours ago]
Morning Report: A Year-Long Grudge [Published Voice of San Diego - 7 hours ago]
Japan disregards resolution limiting scientific... [Published ICTSD - 8 hours ago]
Map Society explores pirate maps Sept. 23 [Published Denver Post - 9 hours ago]
Gaelic games go global [Published BBC - 10 hours ago]
Family Farmers Hold Keys To Agriculture [Published Live Trading News - 10 hours ago]
AK Beat: How about 88 straight days of precipit... [Published Anchorage Daily News - 13 hours ago]
Isle of Man’s Mountain Road in National Geograp... [Published Isle of Man Newspapers - 13 hours ago]
Ixonos Designs UX, Social Media & 2nd Screen Se... [Published digital media world - 13 hours ago]
Empty student bedrooms [Published The Palm Beach Post - 14 hours ago]
Virtual Tour of AZ Trail at Grand Canyon Nation... [Published - 15 hours ago]
Cooling Off - Late PM Thunder Risk. Why Upcomin... [Published Minneapolis Star Tribune - 16 hours ago]
Can rafting tourist activities survive in Uganda? [Published ETurboNews - 18 hours ago]
Japan To Resume Whaling Program Despite Continu... [Published Inquisitr - 19 hours ago]
Teton Gravity Research and Jeremy Jones' "Highe... [Published PitchEngine - 20 hours ago]
Do Elephants Kill People? Elephant Caretaker Tr... [Published International Business Times - 20 hours ago]
Best National Parks: White-Water Edition [Published National Geographic - 20 hours ago]
Start an adventure [Published New Zealand Herald - 21 hours ago]
Predictions are for lots of brilliant color thi... [Published Pittsburgh Tribune Review - 21 hours ago]
Women of Vision from the Cranbrook Institute of... [Published WJR - 22 hours ago]
My Louisiana Ghost Story: Alone, Overnight, in ... [Published Reader's Digest - 23 hours ago]
The Man Who Inspired Adam Driver's Adventurer i... [Published Esquire - 23 hours ago]
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California is (finally) taking steps to regulat... [Published Grist - the Latest from Grist - Sep 19 2014]
It’s taken three years of severe drought, but California is finally taking steps to regulate its groundwater — or underground reservoirs — thanks to three bills signed by Governor Jerry Brown on Tuesday. Until now, water has been treated like a property ...
New Standard Aims to Certify “Responsible” Oil ... [Published theCSRfeed - Sep 18 2014]
Posted by Molly Beauchemin SOURCE: The Great Energy Challenge DESCRIPTION:In the Orinoquia region of Colombia, two oil fields run by Toronto-based Pacific Rubiales Energy last week became the first to be certified as “socially and environmentally ...
There’s Still A Lot Of Work To Be Done In The F... [Published Think Progress - Sep 16 2014]
CREDIT: Shutterstock The world’s malnourished population has declined in the last few years, according to a recent United Nations report , but much work remains to be done to strengthen food security globally. According to the report, compiled by ...
City In China Introduces Slow Lane For Texting ... [Published The Consumerist - Sep 16 2014]
( afagen ) As annoying as it is to walk behind someone blindly stumbling forward while texting on their mobile device, the very idea of a slow lane designated just for that bumbling purpose might very well be even more annoying. But that’s kind of ...
Is the Cold War Back? [Published Khmerization - Sep 16 2014]
Despite a revival of the term, the political and physical landscape of the "Cold War" has changed significantly since the breakup of the Soviet Union.A Ukrainian soldier stands on a military tank near the eastern Ukrainian town of Rozspyne on August 25, ...
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3D Systems Gets On-Board the Millennial Trains ... [Published 3D Systems Latest News - Aug 06 2014]
The TreadRight Foundation Announces Sponsorship... [Published GlobeNewswire: Acquisitions News - Jul 31 2014]
COSI Partners With National Geographic Cinema V... [Published Financial Services - Apr 30 2014]
National Geographic purchases Plan Vivo offsets [Published U&We - Feb 14 2014]
FIPCOM, Einladung zur Teilnahme bis 31. Januar ... [Published PR Newswire - Jan 07 2014]
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