The Washington Post article By Mark MazzettiThe Washington PostWASHINGTON, D.C. — When a friend tells you about a vacation you’ve been dreaming about for years, it can be hard to believe that she has no idea what’s going on.
For years, she had been thinking of an adventure in the Bahamas and a trip to an exotic island where she could live and work with exotic animals.
She had also dreamed of getting to see the Grand Canyon and its majesty.
Now, however, she’s not just going for a vacation; she’s going for something even bigger.
The National Geographic Society is hosting an online forum Thursday where people can ask questions and share their stories.
The forums are meant to offer a forum for people to come together to learn about the work they do to preserve our planet, our species and our species’ future.
There are now more than 1 million members of the National Geographic society, which is dedicated to “the world’s knowledge of life and the cosmos,” said the society’s executive director, Brian F. Jorgensen.
They are dedicated to helping preserve the planet for future generations.
For those of us who live in a world where the Internet is so ubiquitous and people have access to everything we need to live, the forums can be a helpful way to share our stories, and get support from others in the community, F.J.G.
It is also a place to get help from other members of our society who have experience and expertise in a particular area.
For more than three decades, the National Science Foundation has sponsored the International Center for the Preservation of Marine Life, a nonprofit organization that offers support to conservation groups, including the Smithsonian Institution.
The organization’s mission is to provide scientific support to research in the conservation and management of marine mammals and plants.
The Institute of Marine Biology has been working to conserve the marine mammals for more than a century.
For more than 40 years, the institute has supported research in marine mammal conservation.
It has an office in Washington and two offices in Monterey, Calif., in Southern California.
It has more than 10,000 members and receives support from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
For additional information, go to http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/msl.
and F.L.P. are with the National Space Society, where the Institute of Space Sciences is a division of the Society for Planetary Science.