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Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride | As we ride into another decade, may we reflect on ways to find smoother paths for all of us and our shared planet. To see more remote corners, follow @pedromcbride. #reflection #nature #horses #CostaRica #petemcbride
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Photo by Pete McBride @pedromcbride | As we ride into another decade, may we reflect on ways to find smoother paths for all of us and our shared planet. To see more remote corners, follow @pedromcbride. #reflection #nature #horses #CostaRica #petemcbride
Photo by @newshatavakolian | My sister just can't stay inside. So she comes to my building, where some of her friends live. Here she is playing badminton. I would prefer for her to stay home, but I can understand that it is hard to do that all the time. #Iran

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Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto | Newly recycled wool fibers dry in a textile facility in Prato, Italy. During my latest story for the magazine, the March issue's "End of Trash," I had a chance to visit the wool recycling facilities of Prato. Here an old law prohibiting the import of raw wool led to the rise of a district that today produces 15% of the world’s recycled textiles. Once selected for recycling, clothes go through a process to eliminate cellulose impurities, while a  shredding technique strips the wool, turning scraps into fibers again. After washing, the wool is dried. The final result is a single- color fiber that can be spun into threads to produce fine fabrics. 
Please follow me @lucalocatelliphoto to find out more about the new technology we are putting into practice to reduce our waste and save resources.  #textile #waste #italy #environment #prato #lucalocatelliphoto

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Photo by Charlie Hamilton James @chamiltonjames | // Supported by Nat Geo Society/Wyss Campaign for Nature committed to protecting 30% of the planet by 2030. // The sun rises behind Bunga, an inselberg in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique. Inselbergs are one of the defining geological features of Gorongosa, which sits at the southern end of Africa's Rift Valley. These “island mountains,” with their forested slopes, are biodiversity hot spots. @gorongosapark

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Photo by @nicholesobecki | Nearly all of my adult life, I’ve lived far away from my family, in Lebanon, Turkey, and now Kenya. And yet they were never more than a day's flight away, the vast global transit network acting like an umbilical cord between me and those I love. In this photo my parents, my brother, and I are gathered around a birthday cake. I can’t remember whose celebration it was, or if my sister took the photo, but there’s a yellow glow about the image that defines home for me. Now airlines have slashed flights, and last week Kenya closed its airspace entirely. I look up now into the cool, blue sky above Nairobi and I see distance. I made this double exposure to represent where I am and where they are, and where I cannot go.

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Photo by @amivitale | At the International Committee for the Red Cross hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, women wait for the physical training that will make using their prosthetic limbs easier. Many had lost a limb due to the landmines and unexploded devices that litter the countryside. Children and women are particularly at risk. Afghans have lived through decades of war and instability, but one of the biggest threats they face now are landmines, left from either the Soviet invasion or the fight against the Taliban. Between 2001 and 2018, more than 14,000 people were injured and 5,442 killed by mines. Sixty million people worldwide still live with the risk of landmines on a daily basis. Today, on International Mine Awareness Day, I'm sharing this image in the hopes that we can work toward a mine-free world. Follow @amivitale for more photographs on women's lives. @natgeo @natgeoimagecollection @thephotosociety #afghanistan #women #landmines #war #mineawarenessday
Photo by @laurakmorton | A photographer captures the view at the corner of Lombard and Hyde Streets, the entrance to the famous "crooked street" in San Francisco, California, on March 25. The area is usually packed with tourists taking photos and cars idling while waiting to drive down the snaking roadway. In response to the COVID-19 virus, San Francisco and five other Bay Area counties issued a shelter-in-place order that went into effect at 12:01 a.m. on March 17, the first widespread order of its kind in the United States during this crisis. Residents are still allowed outside for exercise and essential activities, provided they maintain a six-foot distance from people they don’t live with.
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