National Geographic : 2014 Jul
Wearable Windmills Tiny turbines may someday power your cell phone. Mangroves on the Move As climate warms, the tree’s range is moving north. Precision Agriculture High tech means high yields for today’s farmers. Invasives in Fashion That cane toad looks fabulous on you. Maya Maidens Mysterious figurines come to light in a royal tomb. 17 138 140 4 6 8 14 Editor’s Note Letters VISIONS NG Connect The Moment Found On the Cover Jupiter’s moon Europa (foreground) may harbor life in the liquid ocean beneath its icy surface—fueled in part by elements from its sister moon Io. Art by Dana Berry Your Shot PHOTOS: REBECCA HALE, NGM STAFF (CUFF); MOHAMAD BANOUNAH (HEJAZ) DIGITAL EDITIONS July 2014 NEXT Contributions to the National Geographic Society are tax deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code. Copyright © 2014 National Geographic Society All rights reserved. National Geographic and Yellow Border: Registered Trademarks ® Marcas Registradas. National Geographic assumes no responsibility for unsolicited materials. Printed in U.S.A. Subscriptions For subscriptions, gift memberships, or changes of address, contact Customer Service at ngmservice.com or call 1-800 -NGS-LINE (647-5463). Outside the U.S. and Canada please call +1-813-979-6845. Please recycle. PRINTED ON 100% PEFC-CERTIFIED PAPER Hejaz Video Follow Paul Salopek as he walks around the world. Life Beyond Earth Interactive Could there be life on Europa? China Caves Video Fly through the karst and caves. National Geographic is available on the iPad, the Kindle Fire, and the iPhone.