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Press Release 11-149
The Weather Channel to Air "Changing Planet" Town Hall Meeting July 26th at 9 P.M. EDT

Town hall, underwritten by the National Science Foundation, focuses on clean energy and green jobs

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Graphic of "Changing Planet" logo over smaller NBC Learn and NSF logos.

NBC News Special Correspondent Anne Thompson moderates "Changing Planet," a town hall meeting focused on climate change. It airs on The Weather Channel on July 26th at 9 p.m. ET. The town hall is underwritten by the National Science Foundation and was hosted at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

Credit: Courtesy of NBC News-NBC Learn


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Photo of a house in inner-City Buffalo being restored by good-paying green jobs.

A house in inner-City Buffalo being restored by a local initiative to create good-paying green jobs in struggling neighborhoods.

Credit: Green For All


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Photo of the Waterford 3 Nuclear Power plant in Louisiana.

The Waterford 3 Nuclear Power plant in Louisiana. Panelists at the Changing Planet Town Hall discuss how important nuclear power should be in America's clean energy future.

Credit: NBC News


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