Fourteen visionary, young trailblazers from around the world - including an electrical engineer, a musician, a bioarchaeologist, a mobile technology innovator and a herpetologist - have been named to the 2010 class of National Geographic Emerging Explorers.
"Water" is the definitely the word this month, and is coincidentally the main topic in this month's Special Edition of National Geographic Magazine. There's a free download of that issue is available online until April 2nd.
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Our partnership with the National Geographic Society has opened our eyes to a number of amazing projects that they have spearheaded and National Geographic's Photo Camp ranks highly among those. Photo Camp is a series of photography workshops for youth from underserved communities that operates in the United States and abroad. Photo Camp is sponsored by the National Geographic Education Foundation (through funding from the Ferguson-Judge Fund), Special Projects, and Mission Programs, in partnership with VisionWorkshops, of Annapolis, MD.
For nearly 20 years now, I've traveled the world for National Geographic Magazine. I've photographed everywhere from the jungles of Bolivia to the wolves of Yellowstone.