It's a scene etched into our collective unconscious. The smiling couple waving to crowds from a black open-top limousine. Bright green grass. Her bright-pink suit and hat. Then something seems to catch
Iran is a notoriously closed society, so this was an unusual milestone: It was recently the setting for a high-fashion magazine shoot, published in California-based magazine FSHN. Iranian-Canadian photographer
Wildlife Jodi Rowley is a National Geographic grantee discovering and documenting the diversity, ecology and conservation status of highly threatened amphibians in the forested mountains of Vietnam. —–
A new study makes the argument for bad before good—with some exceptions. Do you want the good news or the bad news first? It's the setup line to a well-worn genre of joke, but it's no laughing matter,
Changing Planet This artist rendering shows NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft in orbit around the planet Mercury. Image courtesy NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution
Adventure Jeremy Jones at the office. Photo by Clark Fyans My organization, Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation (ASC), has always been concerned with connecting the adventure and science communities.