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Sundance Channel Green, Still Moving Forward

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Robert RedfordAs a follow up to one of our very first posts on ecorazzi, we wanted to give you an update on what’s happening with Robert Redford’s Sundance Channel GREEN. It was announced this week that production company Scout Productions (the people behind Queer Eye) has been attained to “create and produce a 13-part series that will feature the innovators and innovations on the cutting edge of the environmental revolution.”

This series will be the “anchor” of Sundance Channel GREEN, which is being called a weekly primetime destination focusing on environmental topics. It is set to launch early in 2007. With a tentative title of Change Agents, the series will focus on a different green theme each week, highlighting the people that are at the head of the pack, creating change. Those people, the “change agents”, could be anyone from a scientist to a fashion designer.

We’re looking forward to it! I wonder if E-topia will be ready by then.

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