When you close your eyes and think of some creature in nature that embodies ‘strength’, what do you see? I see a solitary oak tree, towering and ancient with countless gnarled branches, in the middle of a soft green meadow.
In today’s era of endless streams of online media, the line between organic content and sponsored messages is more blurred than ever. And when an entity like National Geographic—perceived by many as a trusted source for stories about nature, science, and exploration—starts sharing content sponsored by corporate special interests it begins to violate that trust.
Scientists discovered a huge colony of penguins near Antarctica, sparking uproar from climate change deniers