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Clearing the Air One Breath at a Time

Lorie Karnath, former President of The Explorers Club, in conversation with Harvard Professor David Edwards, President of Next Breath, founder Sensory Cloud and developer of FEND, aerosol expert The pandemic which continues to plague much of the world increased our focus on the air that surrounds us.

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Pathfinders: First Women of the Explorers Club

You are invited to a 2-day symposium on November 5-6, 2021 To celebrate the 40th anniversary of women elected to The Explorers Club, monthly programs featuring women members will continue through 2021, amplifying the diverse accomplishments of our women membership that now exceeds 800 remarkable women.  Inspired by

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Robbie Hart, PhD, Ethnobotanist

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St. Louis Character: Missouri Botanical Garden’s Robbie Hart finds his passion in the Himalayas

Posted in St. Louis Business Journal Apr 15, 2021, 5:30am CDT Robbie Hart’s work at the Missouri Botanical Garden has taken him across the globe. Hart, an ethnobotanist, studies plants and their impact on human populations. His research specifically focuses on climate change in the Himalayas and

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Watch NASA’s Perseverance Rover Land on Mars on Thursday

NASA’s live landing broadcast on Thursday begins at 2:15 p.m. EST (1915 GMT). You’ll be able to watch that live here and on Space.com’s homepage, courtesy of NASA, or directly from NASA’s YouTube channel. Launched in July 2020, Perseverance is the latest in a series of missions focused on assessing

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New Member, Michael Taylor

The St. Louis Explorers Club welcomes new member Michael Taylor, FN 21.  The New York Times recently ran Taylor’s opinion piece about two cave conservation threats in Alabama and Tennessee. CLICK HERE TO READ A Ray of Hope in a Slimy Southern Cave  

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Chapter Connect – St. Louis

Our St. Louis Explorers Club was featured on Explorer Club International’s Chapter Connect on December 3, 2020! Please view the video below. Featuring special guests: – Dr. Peter Wyse Jackson FN’11 – Dr. Bruce Chalker FN’18 – Dr. Jeffrey Bonner FN’03 – Dr. Sherman Silber MN’98 –

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Explorers Club: Scaling Everest won’t get you in

But the exclusive society, which has a St. Louis chapter, had been expanding to include the interested as well as the daring and the talented. PubDate: Thursday, 5/26/2005 Publication: St. Louis Post-Dispatch Edition: Five Star Late Lift Section: West Post BY FLORENCE SHINKLE Of the Post-Dispatch At

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Commentary: An old debt, a new canoe

St. Louis Public Radio | By Robert W. Duffy Published September 22, 2011 at 10:19 AM CDT This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, Sept. 22, 2011 – For the past two years or so, I’ve heard my friends Rick and Lotsie Holton talk about a canoe they’d commissioned.

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The World Is Just Barely Enough

by Jeannette Cooperman published in St. Louis Magazine May 29, 2009 John Wall—cliff-scaler, car-racer, skydiver—is convinced we’re all extremophiles. (Perhaps he’s projecting.) We’re in the dining room of the Racquet Club East, John Wall’s laptop open on the white linen tablecloth. At the top of the screen,

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