Nationalgeographic Stories

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Wisdom of the Ancients by dvdvnr
Wisdom of the Ancientsby David Viner
A possible future in less than 500 words, if plastic wins. This was my entry for the WattPad/National Geographic #PlanetOrPlastic competition back in late 2018. It re...
Concrete Jungle  by OlgaPinsky
Concrete Jungle by Olga Pinsky
Alexandra Feodorovna Morozova or Sasha as she's known to everyone is a highly successful journalist for National Geographic Magazine. She has the job of her dreams and...
Island Girl #PlanetorPlastic | ✓ by ivojovi
Island Girl #PlanetorPlastic | ✓by Jovi R
'It won't be long until our world disintegrates into a mass of debris, filling it with the mistake of people's ignorance and greed.' This is my entry for National Geogra...
The Pod by greenwriter
The Podby J.D. Ruiz
The Pod centers around a young man's adventure in a place he never knew existed with the help of a beautiful woman who lived there. I am among the lucky ones to write an...
I, Mankind by AfterDaybreak
I, Mankindby *゚𝕯𝐀𝐘 ━
It began with the ocean. It was our fault, but nobody cared until it was too late. - #PlanetOrPlastic 500 word short story contest entry with @NationalGeographic cover...
The Blue Jelly Fish by skskskblop
The Blue Jelly Fishby skskskblop
My very first entry for National Geographic #Planetorplastic writing Contest. Completed → 10.27.2018 @NationalGeographic
Planet or Plastic by akyinnamon
Planet or Plasticby အကြင်နာမွန်
Plastic is useful and makes our life easier and more comfortable. We don't need to use most of our time and efforts thanks to plastic material. The question is 'Is it w...
A Mother's grief by Shifting2wolf
A Mother's griefby Too much inspiration
A short story for National Geographic's challenge #PlanetOrPlastic . The struggle of animals living in the world we pollute and destroy. 500-word count in Office Word, 4...
Ocean's Cry by BelWatson
Ocean's Cryby Bel Watson
Humans are not done taking life from the ocean, they are filling it with garbage, too, and the oceans cry out in despair. {National Geographic Contest Entry}
Hope for the Future by Buildingmythrone
Hope for the Futureby Kaya
My entry on PlantetOrPlastic contest for National Geographic. A 500 word informative essay about helping end pollution.
The Government |✔ (A #PlanetOrPlastic Short Story) by AngelVow
The Government |✔ (A AngelVow
Environmental problems. Political interest. Personal benefits. Opportunity costs. Clashes and conflicts will inevitably occur when there is a clash of interests. These a...
A Lesson by LiveLit
A Lessonby Alive
A visit to the beach Photos: Internet #PlanetOrPlastic:
Lament of a Little Girl by readingsadnovels
Lament of a Little Girlby readingsadnovels
I am joining National Geographic in the fight against single-use plastics. This is the first time I have written a short story in a long while. The moment I saw the cont...
Do You Sea This Hypocrisy? #PlanetOrPlastic by communist_crackhead
Do You Sea This Hypocrisy? Communist Crackhead
Actions speak louder than words. In the age of extreme ocean pollution, being outspoken about saving the planet is only half the battle. #PlanetOrPlastic
Plastic Ocean by Lorynal
Plastic Oceanby Lorynal
What is happening in our ocean and sea ? Or you okay with that ? Even do you know what happens?
This Is It #planetorplastic by CEThome
This Is It #planetorplasticby C. E. Thome
Is this really the way it has to go? Or is it time for us to do something about it? The future of this Earth is in our hands, in your hands. Don't drop it. This is my e...
🌻Earth Warrior🌻 by TadiwanasheFambi
🌻Earth Warrior🌻by TadiwanasheFambi
Just an eye opener,in the way I could describe the changes that are a happening due to our ignorance as the human race. Surely for such a superior species we do make som...
Life as We Know It by Midnight102002
Life as We Know Itby Midnight
Have you ever seen The Lorax? Yeah, well, that whole idea of a plastic world became my reality.
Poisoned by LetsBeAloneForever
Poisonedby M.R. Sage
For the past three years, I've lived on an island, right on the ocean. To my dismay, rather than enjoying the beauty, I am forced to watch as people throw more and more...