At the National Geographic Society, we believe in the power of science, exploration, education—and storytelling—to change the world. Our Sciencetelling Bootcamp helps National Geographic grant recipients learn how to communicate their important scientific discoveries in ways that build global geographic knowledge and empower us all to generate solutions for a healthier future.
Eco Friendly Living
Here are 20 easy eco-friendly lifestyle hacks for reducing waste in your home. These green tips and tricks will help you live a more green and minimalist lifestyle. A lot of people think that making eco-friendly life changes are expensive and require specialty products. The truth is there are easy and affordable swaps you can make. It is NOT difficult or expensive to be eco friendly.
Check out a collection of ideas that will help you to reduce the amount of waste and reuse things in very surprising ways. You will find a lot of ideas on how to turn food scraps into something cool. Moreover, we share a lot of ideas how to replace plastic bags, sanitary pads, cleaning supplies with eco-friendly substitutions.
Reducing your carbon footprint just got easier. This video uses animations and humour to teach people how they can personally help prevent global warming. This video was created by the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS), a collaboration of British Columbia’s four research intensive universities.
We think we need to lead a perfectly green life to stand up against climate change. No! says Carla Reemtsma, 21-year-old climate activist. In her energetic and empowering talk, she defines the lines of responsibility for action – and for change. And she shares a number of practical ideas what we can all do. Carla is a 21 year old student in Politics and Economics student in Münster. When she is not active for climate change, she is in the gymnasium either training the school children or doing gymnastics herself.
What if we took out more greenhouse gases than we put into the atmosphere? This hypothetical scenario, known as “drawdown,” is our only hope of averting climate disaster, says strategist Chad Frischmann. In a forward-thinking talk, he shares solutions to climate change that exist today — conventional tactics like the use of renewable energy and better land management as well as some lesser-known approaches, like changes to food production, better family planning and the education of girls. Learn more about how we can reverse global warming and create a world where regeneration, not destruction, is the rule.
Individual action on climate change can include personal choices in many areas, such as diet, means of long- and short-distance travel, household energy use, consumption of goods and services, and family size. Individuals can also engage in local and political advocacy around issues of climate change.