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NBC Teams Up With Prince Charles For "Green Is Universal" Special Program

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NBC is flexing their green muscles once again with big news of a special program for their annual “Green is Universal” week in November.

Word on the street is that the network is teaming up with Prince Charles to present Harmony — a new feature film and television special showcasing three decades of the Prince’s work combatting climate change and finding innovative solutions to the global environmental crisis. We like the sound of this!

“The Prince of Wales has such a passion and vision in providing leadership on this crucial climate issue that confronts the world,” said Executive Vice President for Alternative Programming at NBC and Universal Media Studios Paul Telegdy. “We are honored to partner with him to showcase these issues that are important to American audiences.”

Prince Charles is well-known across the world as an outspoken ambassador for environmental issues and was recently named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes of the Environment.” Basically what we’re trying to say here is: we’re pretty sure this special is gonna rock!

The program will air on NBC this November; make sure you stay tuned to Ecorazzi for more details! You can also learn more at TheHarmonyMovie.com.

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