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An Expedition for Everyone: Open Data in the Okavango

National Geographic
Guest curated by Giorgia Lupi

The mission of the Okavango Wilderness Project is to secure the Okavango Delta and its vast untouched catchment in perpetuity. The National Geographic film Okavango is a rallying point for the global community of stakeholders, government officials, researchers, activists, tourism operators, community members, conservationists and guides that support the protection of the Angolan catchment.

Published in Weekly Filet #176
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    Killing Kennedy

    National Geographic

    Of all the specials and opulent interactives commemorating JFK’s death fifty years ago, this is the one you need to see. It’s the one that excels in the way it tells the story. National Geographic juxtaposes the lives of the president and his alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, using a lot of historic documents and Kennedy’s favourite poem as a common thread.

    Published in Weekly Filet #138

      Marseille’s Melting Pot

      National Geographic

      Marseille may well become the first western European city with a majority of its residents from Muslim backgrounds. National Geographic portrays the city as a lens through which immigration and integration challenges can be observed. At one point, the author of this recommended article, writes: “The question is whether Marseille is really an example of cosmopolitan harmony — or a society on the brink of unrest. The uncomfortable answer is that it’s both.”

      Published in Weekly Filet #57