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Educational Rights Information

Teachers have the right to use the Journey to Planet Earth teachers guides video segments in perpetuity and to duplicate copies for colleagues. The teachers guides may be duplicated too.

If you use the complete 60-minute Journey to Planet Earth programs with these guides, those programs carry the standard PBS one-year off-air record rights and may not be duplicated.

To Purchase These Programs

To purchase the 60-minute programs for classroom use, contact:

Screenscope, Inc.
www.screenscope.com
4330 Yuma St., NW
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Phone: 202/364-0055
Email: screenscope@screenscope.com
Fax: 202/364-0058

  • The complete eleven-program set—$1199 plus shipping and handling
  • Any five episodes —$599 plus shipping and handling
  • Single episode—$149 plus shipping and handling

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Funding Credits

The Journey to Planet Earth series and these educational materials were made possible by major funding from

NASA Earth Science Enterprise
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
Continental Airlines, Inc.
The World Bank

with additional support from

The Rockefeller Foundation
U.S. Department of Agriculture, SARE
American Honda Foundation

Journey to Planet Earth’s Outreach Partners

Throughout the creation of the outreach plan for the Journey to Planet Earth series, South Carolina ETV has worked in cooperation with numerous organizations concerned about the environment. South Carolina ETV thanks them for their invaluable assistance.

NASA Earth Science Enterprise
National 4-H
U.S. Department of Agriculture — "Agriculture in the Classroom" Program
U.S. Department of Agriculture, SARE
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

Questions or Comments

Please refer any questions or comments about the series and these educational materials to:

Michele Reap
South Carolina ETV Outreach
PO Box 11000
Columbia, SC 29211
E-mail: mreap@scetv.org

Teacher Guide Credits
Writers: Marjorie S. Dillard and Richard R. Sparrow
Editor: Michele M. Reap
Designer: Big M Design Group

 

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Plan B: Mobilizing to Save Civilization | State of the Planet's Oceans | State of the Ocean's Animals
State of the Planet's Wildlife | The State of the Planet | Future Conditional | On the Brink | Hot Zones
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