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Our blogger shares her experience of Yosemite, which turns 125 this year.
Wyland Foundation's National Art Contest helps kids think about how they can protect the oceans.
The 21-year-old, who received a $2M signing bonus from the Toronto Blue Jays in 2011, says he enjoys living the simple life.
In PBS special, Dr. Atul Gawande shines a spotlight on the most important conversation that the medical community isn't having.
Two buddies dig into science and a little comedy while recreating viral stunts.
Filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu is committed to using only natural light and making the most of the raw nature of Canada's backcountry.
These inventive educators use the power of social media to keep students amused and engaged.
Artist takes long-exposure photography a step further by using a handheld LED flashlight to draw images of dinosaurs, skeletons and wild animals into each shot.
Incorporating 4 percent post-consumer recycled batteries, the EcoAdvanced line really keeps on going and going ...
James Robertson's story has spurred thousands of donations from all around the world.
Dolls can have an impact on the kids who play with them; one artist aims to make that a positive one.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most beautiful waterside settlements in the world.
The Tennessee music festival kept 400,000 water bottles and 30,000 beer cups out of landfills last year.
This deep-seated legacy is what inspired the stunning 'Hawaiian Renaissance' story by National Geographic.
Glasses originally designed to help doctors spot veins and bruises under the skin can also be used to correct color blindness.
With support from his climbing partner Sarah Hueniken, Gadd makes it to the top of Horseshoe Falls in less than an hour.
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