Sustainability at 21st Century Fox

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Sustainability at 21st Century Fox

We are committed to minimizing our environmental impact, growing sustainably, and inspiring others to take action. We have carefully managed our environmental impacts since 2006, continue to lead the industry in green production, and inspire sustainable thinking in our audiences through pioneering content like Epic and the National Geographic Channels.

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20th Century Fox Partners with U.S. Department of Energy to Build Greener Film Studios
In November 2010, 20th Century Fox was selected for an innovative multi-year project with the U.S. Department of Energy's Commercial Buildings Partnership to address the environmental impacts generated by its film and television productions. As part of the program, the nation's top researchers developed a new sustainability strategy for the soundstages at...
Nov 12, 2015 7:00 PM ET
National Geographic to Dedicate November to Climate Change Coverage
As the global community prepares for the United Nations climate change conference beginning November 30 in Paris, National Geographic will dedicate its diverse portfolio of media properties to the coverage of climate change and climate science throughout the month of November. National Geographic Channel, National...
Oct 21, 2015 7:00 AM ET
Nat Geo Channel Announces New Season of Acclaimed Climate Change Series 'Years of Living Dangerously'
On September 17, the National Geographic Channel and The Years Project announced that the cable channel would be the new home of the Emmy Award-winning documentary series ...
Sep 23, 2015 7:00 AM ET
Fox Sweeps Comedy Nominations in Environmental Media Awards
The Environmental Media Association has announced the nominees for its 25th annual Environmental Media Awards, and each of the three series nominated in the Television Comedy category was produced by a 21st Century Fox business. The Simpsons and ...
Sep 9, 2015 7:00 AM ET
Nat Geo Will Produce New Documentary from Alex Gibney Exploring the World's Water Crisis
National Geographic Channel has greenlighted a new documentary miniseries from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney examining the world's dwindling water supply and the actions we can take toward greater water conservation. Parched will premiere globally on Nat Geo channels in 171 countries and will receive a...
Jul 31, 2015 7:00 AM ET

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