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See OCEANS to help save oceans

April 16th, 2010

Disneynature’s OCEANS hopes to open with a splash on Earth Day next week, and not just to keep profits strong. The movie aims to raise money for coral reefs in the Bahamas and spread awareness of the imperiled, wider marine world — much like Disneynature’s Earth drew attention to terrestrial issues last year.

For everyone who sees the film during its debut week (April 22-28), Disneynature will make a contribution to the Nature Conservancy to help restore and preserve coral reefs around the Bahamas.

Coral reef in the film OCEANS (Photo: Jeff Yonover)

Coral reef in the film OCEANS (Photo: Jeff Yonover)

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Disneynature’s ‘Oceans’ to open on Earth Day, April 22

March 26th, 2010

From Green Right Now Reports

On Earth Day this year, April 22, Disneynature will release Oceans, which will explore the mysteries and dangers of these bodies of water that cover nearly three-quarters of the Earth’s surface.  French co-directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud used the latest underwater technologies to capture never-before-seen images, the company said.

(Photo: Disneynature)

(Photo: Disneynature)

Disneynature said it will make a donation to The Nature Conservancy to save coral reefs in honor of every person who sees the film during its opening week (April 22-28) in a program being called “See OCEANS, Save Oceans.”

The film is narrated by Pierce Brosnan, a long-time environmentalist who has focused his efforts on promoting ocean conservation. The actor has lent his support to the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s “Save the Whales Again!” campaign, as well as working with environmental organizations including Sea Shepherd, California Coastal Protection Network, Ocean Futures Society, Oceana and Waterkeeper Alliance, and others.

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Ten ways to celebrate Earth Day with (or without) kids

April 15th, 2009

By Barbara Kessler and Harriet Blake
Green Right Now

As Earth Day approaches, one of the most significant things you can do is to help a child celebrate nature and embrace a greener lifestyle. Here are ten ideas for creating a fun and meaningful Earth Day celebration.

1 – Picnic (with local food)

Get outdoors and enjoy a snack with the squirrels and ants. To really get the most out of this, take your favorite kid(s) to the market in preparation and let them search out local healthy foods. Even young kids can participate, choosing the apples, veggies and cheeses they want to include. So introduce them to the farmer’s market or local foods section of your neighborhood grocery. Look for organic and lower your impact by using reusable dinnerware and plates, or biodegradable paper plates.

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Slideshow: Disneynature’s ‘earth’

February 5th, 2009

Disneynature has released a series of images from its upcoming documentary earth. The film was five years in the making. Read more: Disney’s ‘earth’ an homage to the animal world. (c) BBC Worldwide Ltd. All rights reserved. The polar bears were filmed on Kong Karls Land, a group of islands between the Barents Sea and [...]

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Disney’s ‘earth’ an homage to the animal world

February 5th, 2009

From Green Right Now Reports

Disneynature’s homage to the Earth, five years in the making and fittingly entitled earth, is headed for the theaters this spring.

In anticipation of the opening on Earth Day, April 22, Disney has released photos and clips from the movie along with a list of trivia notes and facts about the film and some of its 42 animal subjects. Wildlife featured include cheetahs, the world’s fastest animal with top speed of about 70 miles per hour; demoiselle cranes, capable of flying at altitudes of 25,000 feet and Great White Sharks, the world’s largest marine predator.

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