The Age of Nature: NPT Activates
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Nashville Public Television is hosting three events this fall featuring PBS’ newest ecological series THE AGE OF NATURE. Join in the community conversation as we talk to and learn from environmental experts, educators and scientists about how awareness and understanding can help us learn about the impacts of our rapidly changing planet.
A selection of clips from THE AGE OF NATURE episode two, followed by a virtual workshop led by educators from Cumberland River Compact and Urban Green Lab on how to launch sustainable home-investigations, and how to understand and solve issues using nature-based solutions in your home, in the classroom and around our community. After the workshops, participants will be encouraged to share their findings using the hashtag #AgeOfNaturePBS and tagging NPT on Facebook (@nashvillepublictelevision) and Instagram (@nashvillepubtv).
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The Age of Nature - Understanding - Preview
A new understanding of the way Nature works is helping us find some surprising ways of fixing it. As our understanding deepens, we realize that everything is connected, and by helping to restore Nature we all benefit, humans and animals alike.
NPT Age of Nature Introduction
Meet local environmental educators Catherine Price from Cumberland Rive Compact and Patrick King from Urban Green Lab here in Nashville, TN.
Urban Green Lab with Patrick King
Learn how changes in nature effect Nashville and be active about your sustainable practices at home and in your community.
Age of Nature Screen
Cumberland River Compact with Catherine Price
Education Manager Catherine Price shares information about the Cumberland River watershed and its importance to our everyday lives.
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