Feature Endangered Species of March & Free Month!

We know the whole world is now dealing with COVID-19 and the impact its having on all of us. And we are all learning how important it is to not cluster close together. Even though wild salmon as a species in general are not considered officially endangered… we would like to highlight that this basic concept … Read More

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Coronavirus and the environment

What impact does the Coronavirus have on the environment? I’m sure everyone has heard about the new novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) by now. All of us at The Green Channel send our condolences to all the families being affected by this serious illness. This viral outbreak, however, also has some good and bad implications for our environment. The … Read More

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Feature Endangered Animal of February

The Sumatran Orangutan Derived from the Malay words for “person of the forest,” Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered. Historically, the species’ population was found over the entire island of Sumatra and further south into Java. Now, you will only find the Sumatran orangutan in the provinces of North Sumatra and Aceh. The population is threatened by hunting … Read More

Share Italy’s LOVE for the planet this Vday!

The Green Channel is wishing you a HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! In the spirit of spreading the love today, we thought we would share with you some of the things Italy does to show their love for our planet! Did you know Italy is top in the European Union for waste recycling at 76.9% of urban, industrial and … Read More

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Feature Endangered Animal of January

Our feature endangered animal of the month is… The Dugong, commonly known as the “sea cow” Dugongs are cousins of manatees and share a similar plump appearance, but have a dolphin fluke-like tail. Unlike manatees, which use freshwater areas, the dugong is strictly a marine mammal found in the shallow coastal waters of the Indian and … Read More