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It's Our Home: Small Actions at Home Can Make a Big Difference for Our Planet

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We all want to do our part to protect the planet, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. According to a new study we conducted in the U.S. – which is consistent with research we’ve conducted in multiple markets around the world – while 72% of people want to do more to be sustainable at home, less than half make environmentally conscious choices at home as often as they’d like. And for those who don’t act sustainably, "not knowing how" is the biggest barrier.

“Xploration Station,” Fox’s Block of STEM Programming for Kids, Earns Eight Daytime Emmy Nominations

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The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the nominees for the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and included eight nominations for Xploration Station, the three-hour block of STEM-related programming for kids and teens that airs on Fox TV Stations. Xploration Station consists of six half-hour shows exploring a wide range of scientific subjects, including space exploration, earth science, and more.

Australian Companies' Negligence on Tackling Climate Change Will Cost Us

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As you contemplate the coming year, what it might bring, and your own personal goals and hopes, here's a little fact to help orient your thoughts: planet Earth has just experienced its warmest year since records began.

If that news sounds familiar, it might be because that the same was also true for 2015. And 2014. Temperatures are now more than 1 degree above pre-industrial levels and on current trends are set to pass the 2 degree mark agreed to in Paris within two decades.​

"Xploration Station," Fox's Two-Hour Block of STEM Programming for Kids, Earns Two Emmy Nominations

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On March 24, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the nominees for the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, and "Xploration Earth 2050" received two nominations, one for Outstanding Special Class Series and another for Outstanding Writing Special Class. The series, hosted by renowned artist and futurist Chuck Pell, is one of four shows comprising "Xploration Station," a two-hour blog of STEM-related programming airing on Saturday mornings on Fox TV stations.

National Geographic Channel's Upcoming Series Highlight the Power of Storytelling to Change the World

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On March 15, 21st Century Fox's National Geographic Channel unveiled its slate of new shows for the 2016-2017 season, with each series delivering on the channel's commitment to premium content from the world's best storytellers.

Reflections on Laudato Si - Continued

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All of this block quoting of the Pope is pretty convenient. I mean, it shortens up what I have to write considerably. I promise you I’m not being lazy though. Pope Francis has some important things to say, so here’s your next quote (emphasis again my own).

Nat Geo Channel and Darren Aronofsky to Explore Life on Earth in Ambitious 'One Strange Rock' Event Series

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As part of its dedication to providing cutting-edge scientific programming, 21st Century Fox's National Geographic Channel has teamed with Academy Award-nominated director Darren Aronofsky for One Strange Rock, an event series exploring the conditions that make Earth the only planet known to sustain life.

This Earth Month, Climate Counts Tweets, Marches and Rides for Corporate Climate Action

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Who made your t-shirt?

Inspired by our Green Watching campaign, our friends SustainU Clothing created a powerful video to help motivate consumers to raise their voices and demand more climate action from the companies making our t-shirts.

 

Green Watchers Raise Their Voices & Spin Their Wheels For Corporate Climate Action

Climate Ride Expands Beneficiaries to Nine Leading Green Organizations
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We’re thrilled to be part of Climate Ride's 2011 charity cycling events! As part of our Green Watching campaign we’re offering up a chance to win a Climate Counts WEADDUP T-shirt to those who tweet “I’m @GreenWatching and I support @ClimateCounts on the @ClimateRide you should too!

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