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Global Focus VII Airs in the Bay Area this Sunday

April 8, 2011

Just in time to help us celebrate the next group of amazing Goldman Environmental Prize recipients on Monday, KQED TV will air Global Focus VII – The New Environmentalists this Sunday, April 10 at 5pm.  In the coming weeks, both KQED (Bay Area) and KTEH (San Jose) will continue to air the program.

Be sure to tune in to see longer, more in-depth profiles of the 2010 Goldman Prize recipients. The program travels to Swaziland, Cambodia, Poland, Cuba, Michigan and Costa Rica.

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