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Plan B: Mobilizing to Save CivilizationState of the Planet's OceansState of the Ocean's AnimalsState of the Planet's WildlifeState of the PlanetFuture ConditionalHot ZonesSeas of GrassOn the BrinkLand of Plenty, Land of WantUrban ExplosionRivers of Destiny


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FUNDING CREDITS


The Journey to Planet Earth series and teaching materials were made possible by major funding from:

National Science Foundation
Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Kellogg Foundation
Turner Foundation, Inc.
Wallace Genetic Foundation
Park Foundation
The Campbell Foundation
Weeden Foundation
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Department of Energy
Department of Agriculture

with additional support from:

The Rockefeller Foundation
The World Bank
American Honda Foundation
Bernice Cross Trust
Munson Foundation
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation



South Carolina Educational TelevisionOUTREACH PARTNERS

Screenscope, Inc. is proud to partner with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, IBM and TryScience.org to present Citizens for Planet Earth.

Journey to Planet Earth is presented on public television stations by South Carolina Educational Television.

The following science centers are a part of the Journey to Planet Earth initiative. Find out more about our outreach in the Educational Resources section of this website or by contacting Screenscope, Inc.

Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Dayton, Ohio
Louisville Science Center, Louisville, Kentucky
Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Museum of Natural History, San Diego, California
Museum of Science and Industry, Tampa, Florida
Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago, Illinois
Omniplex, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon
Science Museum of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia
Witte Museum, San Antonio, Texas

SPECIAL THANKS

Journey to Planet Earth extends a special thanks to the following agencies and organizations for their invaluable assistance with this project:

NASA Earth Science Enterprise
National 4-H
U.S. Department of Agriculture, "Agriculture in the Classroom" Program
The GLOBE Program
American Association for the Advancement of Science
U.S. Geological Survey
International Food Policy Research Institute
North American Association for Environmental Education

 

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