One Cool Thing: Earthshot Prize Coming to a Screen Near You


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Grab your popcorn and cozy up to binge-watch an all-new five-part climate documentary series featuring everyone’s favorite nature narrator, Sir David Attenborough. On Saturday, Prince William announced The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet will premiere on October 3rd on BBC and Discovery+. The program aims to get people excited about climate action alongside the Earthshot Prize, an annual prize of £1 million awarded to five innovative projects  that will improve climate and conservation.

 

“We are honored to partner with The Royal Foundation and our friends at BBC to bring this important work to people around the world,” said Nancy Daniels, the Chief Brand Officer for Discovery & Factual, Discovery, Inc. “The crisis facing our planet has only become even more urgent. It is crucial that we amplify these hopeful stories of innovation to preserve our natural world.”

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