The Explorers Club President Ted Janulis, highlights the excitement of the 113th Explorers Club Annual Dinner weekend with a sold-out Awards Dinner on Ellis Island with more than 1,200 explorers and guests; a packed Clubhouse for the Club’s Annual Meeting; and a look at the future, including our focus on young explorers.
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Dr Mark Spencer, FI ’97, has just published a book Ocean of Self (subtitled: An ocean diver explores the nature of consciousness), which is currently available as an eBook through Amazon and Kobo, and should soon appear on iTunes and other eBook platforms. It will hopefully be available as a printed book around June this […]
A book by an Australian Member of the Explorers Club Awarded Alumnus Scientist of the Year by Northern Illinois University 2011. This is the book that I never would have expected to write 15 years ago. Despite its short length, it is rich in detail, the result of a decade of study and careful fieldwork. […]
The Arctic region is regarded as one of the most enchanting wilderness regions of our planet. It is also regarded as being under severe threat from the warming of the world’s climate. The Arctic has been high on my list of “must visit” places. With scientists predicting the loss of sea ice habitats causing our […]
We have just launched a new version of the Australian & New Zealand Explorers Club chapter website! The new site offers significant improvements in the way we deliver content to members and the public, though is just at the beginning of its lifecycle. All member profiles details have been carried across from the old site. […]
I recently discovered that many of the older issues of The Explorers Journal are available online. To access PDF copies, simply log into the HQ Members Area at explorers.org. Once in there, scroll down for the “Download the Journal” section to scroll through the various back issues available. If you are not sure what your HQ […]