Joel Bourne Jr.
Bourne explores the issues that will determine how well we navigate the path forward and manage food & fresh water resources, renewable energy and climate change.
Author and Explorer
Dan Buettner traveled the world to unravel the secrets to longevity and wellness. He published his results in Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from People who have Lived the Longest.
Dimick has a unique perspective on the balance we must strike in our march forward amidst limited resources and a fragile planet.
The first female Chief Scientist for NOAA and TIME's first "Hero for the Planet," Dr. Earle is the ocean’s most passionate advocate.
Travel Journalist and TV Host
As National Geographic's first Digital Nomad, Evans explores the world, driven by his own curiosity and without the aid of a map or agenda. The results will have you packing in no time.
After witnessing a devastating oil spill in San Francisco Bay in the 1970s, Francis set out on a walk across America and took a vow of silence that would last 17 years.
Celebrated for her ability to emphasize through her photographs the things that unite rather than divide us. Belt has traveled to more than 100 countries for National Geographic, telling the stories of us.
Harper turned a childhood around 20th century farming and food into a career dedicated to solving the world's food and freshwater crises, blending old and new for something truly revolutionary.
Photographer & Filmmaker
In an artistic way that is entirely his own, Klum has described and portrayed animals, plants, and natural and cultural settings in the form of articles, books, ﬁlms, and exhibitions.
Photographer and Filmmaker
McBride is an intrepid explorer and photographer turned documentary filmmaker. His latest project was a 750-mile, off-trail thru hike of the Grand Canyon with writer Kevin Fedarko.