2017 ECWG Gala Dinner Photos

2017 ECWG Gala Dinner Photos

107 ECWG members and guests gathered in the ballroom of the Cosmos Club on a snowy evening to celebrate and hear Lee Talbot’s presentation (A Fresh Look at the Art and Science of Motor Racing and its impact on Society) at our annual ECWG Gala on Saturday, 9 December 2017.     Photos: courtesy of …

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ECWG Gala – Lee Talbot: A Fresh Look at the Art and Science of Motor Racing and its impact upon Society

ECWG Gala – Lee Talbot: A Fresh Look at the Art and Science of Motor Racing and its impact upon Society

ECWG members and their guests are cordially invited to the ECWG GALA (Black tie) dinner meeting and after dinner presentation by Lee Talbot MED57, at the Cosmos Club Saturday, 9 December 2017 6:00 PM. About the Presentation When most people think of automobile racing, they usually think of NASCAR sedans circling around an oval track. …

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ECWG & Circumnavigators Joint Dinner: John All: Climate change and civil war on the Mt. Everest massif

ECWG & Circumnavigators Joint Dinner: John All: Climate change and civil war on the Mt. Everest massif

ECWG members and their guests are cordially invited to the joint ECWG and Circumnavigators dinner meeting and after dinner presentation, “Climate change and civil war on the Mt. Everest massif” by John All LF14 at the Cosmos Club Saturday, 18 November 2017 6:00 PM. About the Presentation From 1996 to 2006, civil war engulfed Nepal. …

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2017 Amelia Earhart Expedition Returns

2017 Amelia Earhart Expedition Returns

The 2017 Amelia Earhart Expedition was sponsored by TIGHAR (The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery) and National Geographic, and featured four forensic “historic human remains dogs” from the Institute for Canine Forensics.  The 46-person team, including four members of The Explorers Club, and the four dogs searched sites on remote, uninhabited Nikumaroro island in …

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Nov 14: An Evening with Pulitzer-Prize Winning Photojournalist Paul Watson: Solving an Arctic Mystery

Nov 14: An Evening with Pulitzer-Prize Winning Photojournalist Paul Watson: Solving an Arctic Mystery

Pulitzer-prize winning photojournalist and best-selling author Paul Watson will weave together the story of Western science, indigenous beliefs, and the spirit of exploration which led to the discovery of the 1845 Franklin Expedition—whose two ships, the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror, and their crew of 129 were lost to the Arctic ice.  This is …

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