The Climate Project Partners with First Solar-Powered Video Webcast

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Al Gore's non-profit is participating in unique, collaborative effort by eco-community to raise awareness of Earth Day and the many challenges facing our environment.

We created to serve as a digital 'soapbox' to reach and mobilize the global environmental community. Now that The Climate Project is involved, that soapbox has just gotten a lot bigger -- and everyone wants to get onboard

The Climate Project (TCP), founded by former Vice President Al Gore, is announcing its limited partnership with Eco-Active Media, Inc. and Green Planet Search in the world's first interactive Earth Day Webcast. The event, spanning a four-month period from April 1-July 31, 2009, features a collection of environmentally-oriented videos, PSAs and expert forums housed on a 100% solar powered platform created by Green Planet Search. Special live streaming will also take place the week of Earth Day (April 22).

Many leading environmental organizations will participate in and promote the Webcast. The goal is to unite environmentally conscious individuals from around the world and to present solutions on how to better protect our planet.

"We created to serve as a digital 'soapbox' to reach and mobilize the global environmental community. Now that The Climate Project is involved, that soapbox has just gotten a lot bigger -- and everyone wants to get onboard," said Eco-Active Media President Peter Insalaco.

Not only will non-profits, government agencies, and businesses provide content for the Webcast, but also celebrities, authors, teachers, students, scientists, and local community leaders.

"As the event coincides with Earth Day, we anticipate many people will be inspired to take action and to make important changes in the way they use our planet's resources," said Jenny Clad, Executive Director of The Climate Project.

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About The Climate Project

The Climate Project (TCP) is a nonprofit organization founded by former Vice President Al Gore based in Nashville, Tennessee, which began operations in June 2006 with the mission of increasing public awareness of the climate crisis at a grassroots level in the United States and abroad. It consists of a professional staff and diverse group of more than 2,600 volunteers throughout the world who have been trained by Al Gore himself to present a version of the slide show featured in the Academy Award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth. In 2009, TCP expanded its mission with a new commitment to advocacy and activism to combat the climate crisis. For more information about The Climate Project, please visit or call (615) 327-7577.


The is a co-production of New York-based Eco-Active Media, Inc. (EAM) and Miami Beach-based (GPS). EAM is a newly-formed, socially-conscious media and marketing organization dedicated to developing innovative media platforms that unite the non-profit and for-profit communities, highlighting their environmental initiatives and inspiring individuals and organizations alike to be "eco-active." GPS is the first 100% solar-powered eco-search engine and green community. By combining award-winning graphics with a fully flash-driven interface and a green-oriented database, it allows dramatic full-screen advertising to appear behind 100% environmentally-relevant search results.

Media Contacts:

Carrie Criado
Communications Manager
The Climate Project
2100 West End Avenue
Suite 600
Nashville, TN 37203
(832) 576-6207

Peter Insalaco
Eco-Active Media, Inc.
P.O. Box 3133
East Hampton, N.Y. 11937-0397
(631) 604-1055    

Michael Haney
Green Planet Search, Inc.
1825 West Ave. Bay 7
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 397-8195

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