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These “church forests” protect Ethiopia’s fragile landscapes

Priests, scientists, and local communities are partnering to save the less than five percent of forests that remain in northern Ethiopia.

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The upside of rising jellyfish numbers? Many animals eat them

New research suggests a surprising variety of sea creatures feed on jellyfish, and that their growing populations may not be so bad.

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This new bike trail will connect 8 European countries

The Trans Dinarica provides a corridor to cities, remote mountain villages, and ancient traditions.

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The decade’s last ‘blood moon’ is coming—here’s where to watch

From glow-in-the-dark pajama parties to space festivals, we’ve gathered some of the more unusual events showcasing the upcoming total lunar eclipse.

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The world's most surprising airport attractions

Hedge mazes, golf courses, on-site breweries—these nine airports are destinations in their own right.

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How to see the last 'blood moon' eclipse of the decade

Get outside and look up at the full moon this weekend to catch the last total lunar eclipse until 2021.

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Duking it out over dung, beetle battle heads into overtime

Watch two dung beetles fight for the right to take home a critical resource.

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Your best photos of the week, January 18, 2019

Each week, our editors choose stunning photos submitted by members of Your Shot, National Geographic's photo community.

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Global alliance to take on plastic waste in the environment

A new initiative focuses on the investment and environmental value of reducing plastic waste.

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A running list of how President Trump is changing environmental policy

The Trump administration has promised vast changes to U.S. science and environmental policy—and we’re tracking them here as they happen.

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