Learn from world-class National Geographic photographers, videographers, and visual designers in a series of FREE Storytelling for Impact online courses. Created in partnership with Adobe, this series for educators and youth ages 16–25 will teach how to use compelling photography, video, graphics, and audio to tell stories in the most impactful ways to inspire change.
Follow National Geographic Explorers in the Sea to Source and Mount Everest Expeditions as they carefully collect data to track plastic pollution in the Ganges River and document climate change in Mount Everest. Hone your skills in guiding your students to design and select data collection methods that explore problems in their communities.
Date and Time:
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 12:00am to Wednesday, December 18, 2019, 3:00am
Are you currently working on innovative, behavior-changing approaches to combating climate change? Are you interested in competing for the chance to win $25,000 and interact with some of the biggest names in conservation, development and behavioral science?
Tune into National Geographic Channel or Nat Geo WILD this March 12th at 8/7c for the highly anticipated broadcast of JANE - the inspiring story of Dr. Jane Goodall. Sign up to watch with friends and family, and you could receive free swag from National Geographic!