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141 pages. Features: * Mountains of wool and cast-off clothes in this Prato, Italy, facility are sorted by color, cleaned, processed, and used to make new clothing *When art sounds a climate warning: In bubbles captures by ice on Alaska lakes and ponds, a photographer found inspiration-and sobering evidence-of climate change *Finding our way to the future: A Cosmos author's plea: Lets take what scientists tell us to heart *Microbial art: Agar helps scientists grow microbes in labs. It's also a canvas for unconventional art *Sacred heights: Visiting the mountain monasteries of Meteora, Greece is worth the steep climb *Bike between parks on Kokopelli's trail: A backcountry path runs 142 miles through "big, wild country" in the western U.S *The end of trash: "To get along on this Earth," National Geographic's senior environment editor writes, "we must do just one thing: Stop wasting so much of it". That's the goal of advocates of a circular economy-one that would extract value form most of the trash we now discard *The secrets of bees: Observing a wild nest of honeybees reveals tricks to their survival *Chibok schoolgirls: These Nigerian kidnapping survivors are reclaiming their future *Culture, or abuse?: Questions surround the treatment of Japanese macaques *Trailblazers: The accomplishments of groundbreaking women light up National Geographic's history
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 March 2020
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