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The Green Channel Celebrates Global Cat Day!

We at The Green Channel would like to wish you, Happy Global Cat Day! Whether you’d like to refer to your furry domestic cat or these majestic wild cats they all belong to the same family (scientifically referred to as Felidae) and today is the day to celebrate them worldwide! There are 36 species of cats in the Felidae family. … Read More

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Environmental Justice

In the struggle to protect our natural world and resources, it is also important to be mindful of the environmental inequities interconnected with social justice. Environmental justice acknowledges how privilege, power, and oppression play a significant role in both the benefits from and impacts on the environment. It’s not news that we have been experiencing more … Read More

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Beloved Joshua Trees in Danger…

We pardon the interruption in your regular programming of our feature endangered animal of the month, to bring light to a plant species that is in danger; The Joshua Tree Only found within the Mojave Desert of California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona, the Joshua Tree has survived since the Pleistocene era, about 2.5 million years — but now, they are more at risk … Read More

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🚫 COVID Condoms 🚫

Of course the main concern on everyone’s mind is staying safe, but we’ve noticed a new waste stream that we, at The Green Channel, are calling the “Covid Condom” which is mimicking the waste we see from the “other” condom! Not only are these disposable masks and gloves being found littered in our streets but … Read More

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World Elephant Day is Fast Approaching! 🐘

Do you know what August 12th is?! World Elephant Day! Here is an African elephant taking a stroll in his home at the Aquila Private Game Reserve in South Africa. African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth. They are slightly larger than their Asian cousins and can be identified by their larger ears that look somewhat like … Read More