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The New Environmentalists Makes its National Debut

October 28, 2014

Don’t miss “The New Environmentalists: From Ithaca to the Amazon” as it makes its national debut on a PBS station near you!

This Emmy winning series is narrated by Robert Redford and features the inspiring stories of the 2014 Goldman Prize winners: Desmond D’Sa (Africa), Ramesh Agrawal (Asia), Suren Gazaryan (Europe), Rudi Putra (Islands), Helen Slottje (North America), and Ruth Buendia (South and Central America).

Check out our full-page ad in the New York Times on Friday, November 7 and be sure to check your local PBS listings and tune in to catch the show:

THIRTEEN-WNET, New York City, November 9 at 2:00pm

KCET, Los Angeles, November 9 at 6:00pm

WGBH, Boston, November 9 at 7:30pm

KERA, Dallas, November 10 at 10:30pm

WORLD (PBS’s national digital feed), November 11 at 9:30pm ET / 10:30pm PT

KQED, San Francisco, (rebroadcast) November 12 at 6:30am and 12:30pm

WETA, Washington DC, November 15 at 5:00pm

WHYY, Philadelphia, December 1 at 5:30pm

WTTW, Chicago, December 16 at 10:30pm

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