It’s estimated that 10% of commercial fishermen today work under conditions that classify them as slaves. Like sex slaves and indentured houseworkers, these shing slaves are recruited from small [...]
American explorer Will Steger is a throwback to an earlier day when exploration was motivated by discovery and wonder rather than simply to be first. With a half-century of expeditions behind [...]
“Dear President Obama: The Clean Energy Revolution is Now” is a direct appeal to the President – and to all elected officials – to carefully consider the growing evidence proving that hydraulic [...]
California is the third-largest producer of oil and gas in the nation, with all the downsides and pollution that come with the fossil fuel industry. Drilling has been going on in California for [...]
Over 350,000 people live 4 feet above sea level in the island republic of Maldives, yet most never learned to swim!
With a reputation as cold, forbidding and remote, Antarctica can also be a fragile place, home to an incredible variety of life along its edges. Join National Geographic explorer Jon Bowermaster [...]