Celebrate Earth Day 2022 with National Geographic merchandise to benefit good causes
To celebrate Earth Day, National Geographic encourages adventurers around the world to explore the world around them, while uniting to restore it. Today, they’re sharing a buying guide highlighting companies they partner with that use sustainable materials and donate a portion of their sales to various nature-serving causes.
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What is happening:
- In honor of Earth Day 2022 (April 22), National Geographic invites nature lovers around the world to join them in giving back to the planet with a variety of everyday purchases.
- Today, the company is highlighting some of the popular brands it has partnered with that not only provide quality products but also help support various earth, animal and nature related causes.
- Whether you’re shopping for an upcoming adventure or enjoying the outdoors at home, there are plenty of wonderful offers for all ages that encourage curiosity, discovery and exploration. Among the brands featured are:
- blue marble
- just play
- National Geographical Books
- New York Puzzle Society
- love your melon
- Parks Project
- And more
- Every National Geographic purchase 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.
- Below are links to individual products and brands.
National Geographic Merchandise – Earth Day
A complete microscope kit for kids ages 8-12 with ultra-bright 20x and 50x magnification, 35 prepared slides and accessories, to help spark curiosity to see the unseen and explore the world around them. surrounded.
Buffalo Games and Puzzles
This 400-piece puzzle is based on the best-selling children’s book series and franchise, Weird But True. This puzzle features fascinating facts about our oceans and the weird and wonderful creatures that live beneath the surface of the water.
Protecting our planet is central to our sustainable business strategy and central to the future of our business. We take action every day by integrating sustainability into product design and partnering with businesses, non-profits, government and community organizations to do our part in building a healthy place to thrive for generations. coming.
Budding adventurers will love snuggling up with these irresistibly super soft plushies, with three to love (elephant, cheetah and zebra). Each plush stands 10 inches tall, contains a recycled, sewn-in tag, and National Geographic branding. Scanning the QR code will give you access to exclusive National Geographic Kids content where kids can learn more about these remarkable savannah animals, as well as all the other amazing creatures National Geographic helps protect around the world.
Other Just Play National Geographic toys suitable for children include a veterinary kit with a stuffed chimpanzee, the hyper realistic gorilla plusha kid activity journal and animal figures or one pot of animal figures and trees for creative play.
National Geographic and Karün have teamed up to develop the ultimate adventure eyewear. High quality sunglasses and eyewear made with recycled metals and ECONYL regenerated nylon (from Patagonian fishing nets and other discarded nylons) as well as other discarded nylons.
Lake Green Sunglasses ($155)
A wearable reminder to get outside and experience nature on your journey to balance, these stackable silicone bead bracelets feature designs inspired by wildlife photography from the National Geographic Photo Ark, which aims to photograph all living species. in zoos and wildlife sanctuaries around the world while supporting education and conservation efforts. Each features a water-infused white bead from Mount Everest and a black bead that carries mud from the Dead Sea.
Are they right for you? Read our National Geographic Lokai Wristband Reviews!
love your melon
Show your adventurous side this season with our Nat Geo white Emperor Penguin beanie! This white beanie features an adorable family of emperor penguins and National Geographic’s iconic yellow portal printed on a white leather patch.
The charm and goodwill extend beyond the emperor penguin beanie to include beanies and sweatshirts featuring the arctic fox, Polar bear, Snow Leopard and one classic NatGeo logo as well as a NatGeo Baseball Cap. Pair them with matching sweatshirts for the ultimate cozy look!
The National Geographic Traveller’s Journal is a place to document all the trips you take. It has space for trip planning and inspiration, plus pages designed to turn into a scrapbook of each trip when you return.
National Geographical Books
In this beautiful and eye-opening book by Susan Tyler Hitchcock, National Geographic combines legendary photography with essays and cutting-edge science to illuminate exactly how trees influence life on planet Earth, from our personal lives to the weather cycle. For nature and science enthusiasts, as well as photography enthusiasts, a beautiful and uplifting gift to give or cherish.
National geographic journals
National Geographic Magazine’s “Saving Forests” issue explains why forests are essential to protecting the planet and why they need our help. The May edition also includes a free poster.
New York Puzzle Society
A different animal adorns each card, and players will delight in this stunning stack with vivid photographs of the National Geographic photographic ark.
Origins has created a limited-edition set that features the artwork of young National Geographic explorer Nirupa Rao and celebrates the power of nature and discovery, highlighting the power of mushrooms in skincare and the environment. Products in this set include Soothing Treatment Lotion and Fortifying Emulsion.
National Geographic Set ($39) – Launching May 1
Parks Project strives to protect and preserve parks for generations to come and has contributed more than $2 million to help fund vital projects in national parks across the United States
This Earth Day, National Geographic is highlighting even more park project offerings, including the Bucket Hat Wild Horses, Wild Horses Dad Hat, Exploration forever jacket and tote bag, and Wild Horses Hoodie.
Feel great inside and out as you log your daily miles in these Reebok running shoes made with plant-based materials.
Bags & Ashes
Sackcloth & Ashes is a mission-driven company that donates a blanket to a homeless shelter with every purchase. Sustainably made in Italy, our blankets are made from recycled materials and produced in a water-, dye-, and chemical-free process; all with comfort and durability in mind.
National Geographic Alpines ($130)
Stance has teamed up with National Geographic to bring you a sock that’s as adventurous as you are. National Geographic has been at the forefront of science and exploration since 1888 and continues to illuminate the wonders of our world with unforgettable stories and fearless curiosity.
The mangrove is a climate-protecting superstar. These salt-tolerant trees sequester carbon, provide food and shelter for wildlife, and prevent shoreline erosion. Each image in this collection comes from the National Geographic archives and has been hand painted by our in-house designer
Grab your coat and get ready to walk on an audio adventure alongside biologist Dr. Lucy Alice Hawkes as you explore the wonderful world of penguins!
National Geographic Kids: Penguin ($14.99)
Still curious to know more about arctic animals? Listen to the sound of whales!