We looked inside some of the tweets by @laurajoparker and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Last Seen Profiles@StaceyLou__ @iantolish @yagomanim @sinanesra794 @CPKMuseums @MapFemicide @AppliedVedantam @MugenIsTheName @pocosehabla1 @isozaki_11 @pxwneo @pg_piyohiko @Jwan__7 @Sabriyesenguls @whoisnassstya @181014_ing
Ganges River a bit short on water. With Nat Geo expedition river team lead Heather Koldewey.
Out of 2 million images our @NatGeo photographers made this year, here are the top 100, as selected by our head of visuals, @whitneycjohnson. Thank goodness she decided, because I’m not sure I could have! https://on.natgeo.com/2Y0d3VL
The Bay of Bengal. Where Mother Ganges meets Sagar, god of the sea.
Yes, koalas are being hurt in fires in Australia; it’s a sad story that has people upset. But no, koalas aren't 'functionally extinct’ — and alarmist and inaccurate headlines aren’t doing anything to help them. Our @NatGeo explainer of what’s going on https://on.natgeo.com/2XN5SAe
Varuna River, a tributary that starts in Kathmandu and feeds into the Ganges at Varanasi. High water marks from monsoon on the banks.
A thousand koalas were killed in Australia's bushfires, and 80% of their habitat is gone. One expert says they are 'functionally extinct.'
And yet big banks lend big money to big oil--more every year #68db5a167bad" target='_blank' rel="nofollow noopener norefferer">https://www.forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2019/11/23/koalas-functionally-extinct-after-australia-bushfires-destroy-80-of-their-habitat/#68db5a167bad
And there are consequences: Warming Arctic may release 2-3 times more carbon than once thought, speeding #climatechange. But IPCC reports don't include that yet, so decision-makers may not know we need to cut fossil fuels even faster. My @natgeo story https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/2019/08/arctic-permafrost-is-thawing-it-could-speed-up-climate-change-feature/
On the Ganges, checking out efforts to deal with plastic waste. Stay tuned.
Immense beauty exists at our natural world’s smallest scales https://on.natgeo.com/2O2k57Z
BREAKING: Russia has today completed the release back to the wild of all 97 belugas and orcas held in the notorious "whale jail." It took almost 5 months and the animals were released in batches. My story: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2019/06/russia-moves-orcas-and-belugas-from-whale-jail
The Nat Geo expedition I am joining next week. https://twitter.com/Imogennapper/status/1193410123487752192
How trees secretly talk to each other in the forest https://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/decoder/00000165-61d1-d3b2-a17d-e9f9571f0000 via @NatGeo
Today’s cool video https://twitter.com/NatGeo/status/1187583410409234433
Many thanks to @SpeakerPelosi, who is having a complicated week, personally and professionally. Despite all that, she came to @NatGeo tonight to support an event she believed in: Telling the story of the global empowerment of women. We are grateful. #natgeowomenofimpact
Today's cool videos https://twitter.com/NatGeo/status/1186773223209193472