Friday, April 30, 2010

Prince Charles' Environment Film to Air in U.S.

Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, has made a film about climate change and attempts to find innovative solutions to global environmental problems that will be shown on U.S. television.

U.S. network NBC said on Tuesday it would showcase the TV movie, called "Harmony", in November and described it as "an urgent, accessible and practical call to action".

NBC said the movie, and a companion television special, grew out of three decades of work on the issue of climate change by Prince Charles. It follows the prince at work in Britain and overseas and features contributions from farmers, business and government leaders.

The project also includes footage of Prince Charles interviewing former U.S. vice president and Nobel Peace Prize winner Al Gore in 1988. Gore won the Nobel prize, along with an Oscar, for his 2006 global warming documentary "An Inconvenient Truth."

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