"Our Planet" Show to Feature New Series, "Latest Updates in Conservation Development"

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New Series focuses on development that does not compromise natural resources.

The producers of "Our Planet" are pleased to announce a special series, Latest Updates in Conservation Development, focusing on topics and issues related to responsible development and land use. 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.

As populations increase and cities expand, the human footprint on Earth is intensified and the natural world inevitably pays the price. Forests die, lakes shrink, and species disappear.

Most developed economies currently consume resources much faster than they can regenerate. Natural resources are under increasing pressure, threatening public health and development. Water shortages, soil exhaustion, loss of forests, air and water pollution, and degradation of coastlines are afflicting many areas.

In this "Our Planet" series, we'll discover innovative ways to meet present needs and improve living standards, without destroying resources needed for the future. Industry leaders and experts will discuss the importance of conservation development, the current issues facing the industry, and the trends that are taking shape to preserve our 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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