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Follow Freedom the Eagle's Journey Across North America

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Meet Freedom the eagle - a baby bald eagle (eaglet) born in North Carolina. To help raise awareness of eagle conservation, the Carolina Raptor Center, aided by a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation, put a tracker on Freedom to follow his migration pattern.

National Geographic Documentary Films Launches Further Filmmaker Fellowship with Sundance Institute to Spotlight Young Filmmakers Who Enlighten and Inspire

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National Geographic harnesses the power of storytelling to share science, adventure and exploration programming from all reaches of the world, and through the launch of a new fellowship program, the company will support the next generation of filmmakers whose work shares those same core goals.

Edison International Supports Environmental Education with "Discovery Agents" app

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Beginning in 2013, Edison International has provided funding support for the development of Discovery Agents “missions” aimed at helping young people ages 8-to-14 connect with nature, educate them about their local environment, and promote physical activity. Discovery Agents is a mobile game application (“app”) developed by Community Partners, a non-profit organization, for the U.S. Get to Know Program.

Land Conservation, Wildlife Habitat to Benefit from Nearly $1.4 Million from Duke Energy

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Contributions are part of new 30-year license for the Keowee-Toxaway Hydroelectric project.

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Contributions are part of new 30-year license for the Keowee-Toxaway Hydroelectric project.

National Conservation Program gets $500K Boost from Duke Energy

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  • National Wild Turkey Federation, Duke Energy set up a five-year, $500,000 partnership to restore 6,000 acres of critical habitat in Indiana, the Carolinas and Florida

  • Projects will benefit imperiled pollinators, birds and other wildlife species

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  • National Wild Turkey Federation, Duke Energy set up a five-year, $500,000 partnership to restore 6,000 acres of critical habitat in Indiana, the Carolinas and Florida

  • Projects will benefit imperiled pollinators, birds and other wildlife species

Oceana and Bloomberg Philanthropies: Working Together for Vibrant Oceans

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Originally posted on Bloomberg.org.

By Andy Sharpless, Oceana CEO

In January 2014, Bloomberg Philanthropies launched its Vibrant Oceans Initiative, a five-year, $53 million commitment to help restore fish populations around the world. The grant, which supports work by Oceana, Rare and Encourage Capital, marked the largest philanthropic commitment to international fisheries reform management to date.

Nat Geo Mundo Explorer Competition Grants Four High School Students a Summer of Science, Travel and Photography

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National Geographic's education initiatives are known for bringing students a global perspective on nature and the environment, and this summer, four top high school students got the chance to see the world for themselves as part of the Nat Geo Mundo Explorer competition.

National Geographic Celebrates World Lion Day with Spotlight on Leading Big Cats Researchers

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National Geographic joined with the rest of the global community in commemorating World Lion Day on August 10, taking the opportunity to highlight some of its many efforts to protect big cat populations around the world.

Newest Class of Fulbright-National Geographic Fellows to Tackle Global Issues Through Digital Storytelling

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Beginning this fall, the 2016-2017 class of the Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship will embark on global journeys to study significant social and environmental issues--from the need for community-based food systems in India to the effects of climate change on rural communities in Northern Africa--and share their findings with the world through National Geographic's media assets.

Middle and High School Students Embark on Global Journeys Through National Geographic Student Expeditions Program

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What better way to spend a summer than by exploring the world with National Geographic? The legendary institution has spent more than 125 years at the forefront of scientific discovery, and now it's offering middle and high school students the chance to join in on the action.

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