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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

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Save the Planet Already!

We’ve got some exciting news! We are announcing the upcoming release of our first ever TGC original comedy: Save the Planet Already! Click to view the trailer here! Films about environmental issues don’t always have to be doom and gloom! We are lightening things up a bit with this live stand-up comedy show all about the … Read More

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Going Vegan

Did you know possibly the single best thing you could do to reduce your personal carbon footprint and protect our ecosystems is by… Going Vegan!? Researchers at the University of Oxford found that cutting meat and dairy products from your diet could reduce an individual’s carbon footprint by up to 73%! The United Nations Food and Agriculture … Read More