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139 pages. Features: *How fair proclaims culture: Photographs from two eras document Nigerian hairstyles, which carry meaning and history beyond their intricate beauty *'Honoring' health care's bad actors: A think tank's mocking awards call out waste, greed, and dysfunction in health-care systems *Stairway to heaven: Climbers take 'iron roads' in the Austrian Alps to sublime views *Unexpected twists: Trying to photograph great white sharks didn't go as planned- and that made the results even better *Chinatowns change: Founded 170 years ago in America, they're still reinventing themselves *Too hot to live: In this century, rising heat likely will push millions of people out of their comfort zones *A shady divide: Lack of tree cover in low-income parts of Los Angeles increases the perils of high heat *The world's highest gold rush: An Andean gold hunt harms workers, land *Conservation that lasts: A community approach weathers the pandemic *The priceless fossils in the garbage dump: Newfound bones include precursors of apes-and humans
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 July 2021
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