Table of Contents
Feeding Nine Billion
To feed our hungry planet, we must change the way we farm—and the way we think.
Editor’s Note: Food for Thought
This month we begin a series focusing on food and the challenge of feeding a growing global population.
Digging Up Utah’s Dinosaurs
The hunt is on for species that lived in the state’s southern desert, once part of a “lost continent.”
The Moment: Tea Breakers
Photographer Mike Hettwer discovers the heart of the ship-breakers’ story in a modest teahouse.
The Generous Gulf
From plankton to cod to whales, the Gulf of St. Lawrence harbors a profusion of shimmering life.
Love and Loss on the Seine
The river is a lure for romantics, tourists, sunbathers, anglers, psychiatric patients—le tout Paris.
Photo Journal: Lonesome Doves
Photographer Ilona Szwarc’s portraits of rodeo girls illuminate a different aspect of femininity.
Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.