Good Morning America and National Geographic launched a new editorial partnership for a special series called "Extraordinary Earth: 20 in 2020," to air on the ABC program.
This series, which is part of the countdown to Earth Day, will feature 20 amazing places around the globe that will help viewers understand our evolving planet. The year-long reporting project will showcase high-impact visuals, pupil-dilating baby animals, the downstream impact on people, and the youth leading the charge to protect our shared home.
The series kicked off on February 19 with ABC News’ chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reporting live from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, where Ginger interviewed National Geographic contributing photographer Nichole Sobecki.
ABC News’ chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reporting live from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
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The segment focused on showing viewers the impact of extreme weather on these majestic falls. Ginger explained what Victoria Falls can teach us about the effects of climate change.
It really was glorious for us to meet the people who survive on this water and to see a lot of the animals that use this as an artery to their life.
Ginger Zee, ABC News’ chief meteorologist
Stay tuned for more magnificent destinations featuring National Geographic correspondents.