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Rhinos and the Illegal Wildlife Trade

Our feature endangered species of June is… The Rhino Due to habitat loss and being illegally hunted for their horns, very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves. At the beginning of the 20th century, 500,000 rhinos roamed Africa and Asia, but today, as few as 29,000 rhinos remain in the wild. Due to conservation efforts, populations of all … Read More

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Heavy times…

There’s no doubt 2020 thus far has been tough, but one thing we can recognize through all of this is how powerful humans can be! Not only have we been living through a global pandemic, slowly learning how to transition back into a new ‘norm’ of living, but also how our unified voices can send a strong message about the desires and … Read More

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Sea turtles and the plastic problem

Our feature endangered species of May is… The Sea Turtle Sea turtles have been in existence for over 100 million years and they fill a vital role in the balance of marine habitats. They help to maintain the health of seagrass beds and coral reefs that benefit commercially valuable species such as shrimp, lobster, and tuna. … Read More

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Introducing our Apple App!!

We’ve got some exciting news… The Green Channel TV app is now live!! You can now stream our content straight from your Apple devices! Available in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV for iOS 11+. Easily search through all our films and series in categories such as TGC originals, recently added, features, … Read More