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Botswana's Most Precious Resource

Botswana's Most Precious Resource

Emerging Explorer Alexandra Cousteau and Onkokame Kitso Mokaila discuss the importance of protecting Botswana's natural resources.

Environment

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World's Deadliest: Seal vs. Penguin

World's Deadliest: Seal vs. Penguin

Topping out at 10 feet in length, the one-ton leopard seal is Antarctica's top hunter. Any penguin that doesn't stay with the group risks becoming the seal's meal.

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South America

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Food-Waste Rebel Wants You to Eat Ugly Food

Food-Waste Rebel Wants You to Eat Ugly Food

We waste at least a third of the world's food. National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and activist Tristram Stuart says "ridiculously strict" cosmetic standards among consumers play a major role. His solution: Eat foods often considered too ugly to sell. Stuart works to inspire people to join a "food-waste revolution," with initiatives like volunteer harvest programs and free communal feasts of food that would otherwise be wasted.Click here to read more about Tristram Stuart and his work.The Explorers Project chronicles the work of National Geographic's Emerging Explorers—tomorrow's visionaries who are making discoveries, making a difference, and inspiring people to care about the planet. Learn more at http://nationalgeographic.com/emerging.

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How to Feed Our Growing Planet

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    Feed the World

    National Geographic explores how we can feed the growing population without overwhelming the planet in our food series.

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