"Our Planet" Show to Feature New Series, "Environmental Education"

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New Series to highlight public awareness of current environmental issues.

The producers of "Our Planet" are pleased to announce a special series, Environmental Education, highlighting the importance of public awareness and knowledge about environmental issues. The show marries an unrivaled host, Greg Gumbel, with a team of award-winning producers, and provides viewers new information that will impact their lives.

With climate change, energy sources and air-pollution playing a significant role in today's environmental concerns, education about these topics teaches individuals how to weigh various sides of an issue through critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making.

Environmental education provides experiences to people of all ages and backgrounds. These experiences foster development through the combination of knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to be environmentally literate.

In this "Our Planet" series, we'll explore programs and organizations that promote awareness and sensitivity to the environment, provide knowledge and understanding of the Earth, and encourage public participation to increase environmental quality. Viewers will become educated on the value of public involvement in environmental issues and will learn skills to take responsible action to sustain and improve the environment.

"Our Planet" identifies and promotes products and services that conserve resources and habitats, minimize ozone depletion and global warming, and promote less waste and toxic pollution. Highlighting those who are championing conservation efforts, "Our Planet" provides viewers with the latest news, research, and expert advice on new products and technologies that are changing the energy industry as well as the global landscape. The show's in-depth editorial stories provide the latest information in this exciting field.

For more information, please visit http://www.OurPlanetStories.com.


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