National Geographic March 2020

Featured Articles:

  • When Art Sounds a Climate Warning – In bubbles captured by ice on Alaska lakes and ponds, a photographer found inspiration – and sobering evidence – of climate change.
  • Finding our Way to the Future – A Cosmos author’s plea: Let’s take what scientists tell us to heart.
  • Microbial Art – Agar helps scientists grow microbes in labs. It’s also a canvas for unconventional art.
  • Sacred Heights – Visiting the mountain monasteries of Meteora, Greece, is worth the steep climb.
  • Bike Between Parks on Kokopelli’s Trail – A backcountry path runs 142 miles through “big, wild country” in the western U.S.
  • The End of Trash – “To get along this Earth,” National Geographic’s senior environment editor writes, “we must do just one thing: Stop wasting so much of it.” That’s the goal of advocates of a circular economy – one that would extract value from most of the trash we now discard.
  • The Secrets of Bees – Observing a wild nest of honeybees reveals tricks to their survival.
  • Chibok Schoolgirls – These Nigerian kid-napping survivors are reclaiming their future.
  • Culture, or Abuse? – Questions surround the treatment of Japanese macaques.
  • Trailblazers – The accomplishments of groundbreaking women light up National Geographic’s history.
Time Magazine March 2020

Time March 2 / March 9, 2020

Featured Articles: Her Case of Compassion - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern offers a new leadership model.Equality Now - Nearly 60 years after the March on Washington, black Americans are...

Time February 17, 2020

Featured Articles: And the Winner Is … After a fiasco in Iowa, the Democrats search for a path to victory.Xi’s Challenge - China’s plan for world leadership meets 2019-nCoVSaved by Song - After...

The New Yorker March 2, 2020

Featured Articles: Burden of Proof - The fight to overturn a pair of murder convictions.Unbuttoned - Conversations between father and son.The Altitude Sickness - The psychic toll of mountain...

The New Yorker February 17 & 24, 2020

Featured Articles: Betting the Farm - A new vision for Britain’s land.The Fugitive Cure - Learning history by reenacting it.The Really Big Picture - Yuval Noah Harari explains the world.

Harper’s March 2020

Featured Articles: The Old Normal - Why we can’t beat our addiction to war.Out of Africa - The legacy of colonialism threatens the future of genetic research.Waiting for the End of the World -...

Popular Science Spring 2020

Featured Articles: What Came Before?Nostalgia’s life-or-death origin story10,000 steps is an old lieUndoing dams to resurrect our riversNew evidence: dogs tamed themselves

Wired Magazine March 2020

Featured Articles: Symphonie Digitque - When streaming costs you music’s fantasia, there are ways to get it back.Generation Vexed - Immense changes show us, again and again, that we are the same as...

Make Magazine Spring 2020

Projects: Boost that Bike! - Convert any bike to electric with an easy front wheel motor kit, then zip around practically carbon free.The Modular Fiddle - 3D-print a bright-sounding, go-anywhere...

National Geographic March 2020

Featured Articles: When Art Sounds a Climate Warning - In bubbles captured by ice on Alaska lakes and ponds, a photographer found inspiration - and sobering evidence - of climate change.Finding our...

Smithsonian March 2020

Featured Articles: Thou Shalt Not Underestimate Florence Nightingale - History’s most famous nurse, born 200 years ago, rose to glory caring for wounded soldiers in the Crimean War. But the full...