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Bob Turner’s BC Coast Short Films

Have you seen TGC’s latest releases? Bob Turner’s BC Coast Short Films Sea lions, seals, humpbacks, herring, and more! Bob Turner has it all featured in his series of 11 short films along BC Coast’s Howe Sound. Nine out of the eleven films are now playing on The Green Channel, with the last 2 coming out next … Read More

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It’s World Elephant Day! 🐘

It’s the 10th Annual World Elephant Day! To celebrate, The Explorers Club has been going live each night this week at 7pm PST featuring speakers & topics all about elephants! Tune in tonight for the finale to hear from World Elephant Day founder and film producer Patricia Sims! CLICK HERE to see the full schedule and how to watch live. … Read More

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Record High Temperatures Hitting the PNW 🔥

If you are living in the Pacific Northwest, surely you’ve experienced the devastating effects of climate change already this year causing Record High Temperatures & Huge Wildfires As if the heat wave in June that killed hundreds of peoplein Oregon, Washington, and Canada wasn’t bad enough, the Climate Prediction Center says to expect above average temperatures throughout the next … Read More

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The Endangered African Penguin 🐧

Our feature endangered animal of the month is The African Penguin! Populations of the endangered African penguin are declining in the wild due to a variety of threats, including oil spills and depleted prey populations as a result of overfishing. Witness the devastating impact the exploding Cape Fur Seal population has on the endangered African Penguin caused … Read More

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Food And Fuel: A Story of Resilience

Have you seen TGC’s most recent original film?! Food and Fuel: A Story of Resilience *WORLD PREMIERE* The modern world’s food supply is highly dependent on fossil fuels. Cuba’s “special period” is a perfect example of how a society might have to reinvent itself without access to fossil fuels. One woman, living on British Columbia’s … Read More