Green is Universal

Green Week is Here!

Learn more about what employees like Scott Strobl and Karen Fung are doing to help NBC Universal make green strides at Universal Studios.

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NBCU Stars Get Into the “Green Week” Spirit!

Check out this great new video of NBCU Stars talking green.

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30 Rock: Green Behind the Scenes

Check out this collection of photos of your favorite stars going green behind the scenes on the set of NBC’s 30 Rock.

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NBC: Green Behind the Scenes

Check out this collection of photos from some of your favorite NBC TV shows.

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NBC: Green Highlights

Check out this collection of photos of some green content highlights from the networks of NBC Universal.

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30 Rock: Green Highlights

Check out this collection of photos of some green content highlights on NBC’s 30 Rock.

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30 Rock: Green Highlights

Check out this collection of photos of some green content highlights on NBC’s 30 Rock.

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Volunteering

NBC Universal’s commitment to bettering the environment starts in our own communities. Through active engagements both domestically and internationally, NBC Universal Volunteers make a significant impact in the areas of education, community development and the environment.

Earth Week 2010
For Earth Week 2010, employees in New York and Los Angeles, as well as Toronto, Sweden, and London, volunteered their time beautifying and restoring parks and recycling books and clothing.

On the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, more than 100 NBC Universal New York employees gathered to beautify an area of Central Park in partnership with the Central Park Conservancy. The volunteer project involved scraping and repainting over 300 feet of benches.

Across the country in Los Angeles, more than 60 volunteers helped further NBCU’s commitment to restoring Aberdeen Canyon in Griffith Park. NBC Universal announced a $10,000 grant to Los Angeles Conservation Corps to support year-round maintenance of the area.

In the UK, hundreds of London-based employees got involved in Earth Week by recycling books, CDs, DVDs, and clothes at three Green Drop & Swap events. A smaller group of employees spent Earth Day volunteering at the London Wetlands & Wildfowl Trust where they helped to beautify the bird sanctuary and clean-up the grounds.

 

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The Story of Stuff

By Nicole Walters, GreenisUniversal.com

Have you ever been to your grandmother’s house and seen kitchen appliances that she bought in the 50s that are still kicking?  And what’s more, they don’t seem like they are going anywhere too quickly.  After I bought my own home a few years ago and started buying newer versions of these appliances I couldn’t help but notice the difference between what I was buying and what I had seen growing up with Grandma.  I kind of assumed that since my products had been outsourced to developing countries so that I could buy them cheaper, that was the reason and left it at that.

Well, Annie Leonard couldn’t leave it at that. She has spent the last 10 years researching the materials economy – the life cycle of all of our stuff – and created this short web-based documentary.  If you’ve got the 20 minutes, it’s a fountain of real eye opening information.

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Say it Paper Free

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Our friends at Sprig created these awesome Holiday eCards so you can send your Holiday wishes in true green style.

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