National Geographic is counting down to Earth Day (April 22nd) by highlighting some of the great merchandise available for explorers and adventurers of all ages.
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- This year National Geographic is celebrating Earth Day with the premiere of the highly anticipated 4-part Disney+ series Secrets of the Whales. Along with the new series, a companion book will be published by featuring images from photographer Brian Skerry.
- In addition to Secrets of the Whales, National Geographic has other exciting items that fans of all ages will want to bring home including:
- Shirts from Gap Kids
- Earth Science Kits
- Stylish Headwear
- And more
- Below are a few highlights of the merchandise available in celebration of Earth Month.
National Geographic Books
Featuring the arresting underwater images of Brian Skerry, who has explored and documented oceans for over four decades, this book will document these alluring creatures in all their glory–and demonstrate how they can teach us about ourselves and our planet.
This collection focuses on sustainability, adventure, discovery, and exploration of our planet. Plus, each piece in the collection is made with recycled or organically grown materials.
Every purchase from the National Geographic x Parks Project collection helps support the global nonprofit National Geographic Society in its work to protect and illuminate our world through exploration, research, and education. To learn more, visit natgeo.com/info
The National Geographic Traveller’s Journal comes with a free 12-month subscription to National Geographic’s online edition.
Using the power of science, exploration, education and storytelling, National Geographic has been a key proponent of illuminating and protecting the wonder of our world. The two style collection is an ode to exploration, calling you to get out and experience the world and all its wonders.
Love Your Melon
Every purchase from this collection helps Love Your Melon support nonprofit organizations leading the fight against pediatric cancer, and help support the global nonprofit National Geographic Society in its work to protect our world through research, exploration, conservation and education.
National Geographic and Karün teamed up to develop the ultimate adventure eyewear. High-quality sunglasses and eyeglasses made with recycled metals and ECONYL regenerated nylon (from fishing nets from Patagonia and other discarded nylon) together with other discarded nylon