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This week (November 4-11), NBC Universal is featuring 150 hours of environmentally themed content through their various shows to help spread awareness of our world in peril.
“This week reinforces NBCU’s continued commitment to help raise environmental awareness through what we do in front of the cameras and behind the scenes, in our offices, and in how we interact with the community,” said Lauren Zalaznick, Chairman, NBC Universal Green Council and Bravo Media in a prepared statement by Bravo.
In addition, NBC Universal will be highlighting environmental themed spots as part of their “The More You Know” public service campaign to focus attention on global warming, recycling, and other green living content. The spots will contain appearances by Ann Curry of the “Today” Show, Tim Gunn of “Project Runway”, and many other celebrities.
In conjunction with their themed television content, NBC launched “Green Is Universal” at www.GreenIsUniversal.com. The website will feature green tips, green clips and a blog to keep you tuned into what is going on at NBC. On the website, there are video that are short, to the point, and very well done. One my favorite is about trees and how our actions are affecting them. Can you imagine a life with trees? Please watch this video to see how your actions can save our trees.
Green Talk was one of the blog listed in NBC’s resources. I was deeply honored that they respected the content contained on the site. In order for us to save the planet, although it may sound cliché, it begins with the conversation. Take the time and read some of my posts, comments, and start the conversation. Ask questions. Offer solutions. Discuss. Green Talk was started to be a place where others could help each other. I am only the springboard to start the conversation but your actions, Readers, are the one that will make the difference.
Source: “NBC Universal’s ‘Green Is Universal’ Initiative Includes More Than 150 Hours Of Green-Themed Content,” http://www.csrwire.com/News/9978.html