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January 30, 2008

Sierra Club Chronicles Airing on Sundance Channel

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"Sierra Club Chronicles," a seven-part series, will air as part of THE GREEN, the Sundance Channel's weekly primetime show focusing on the environment. The 30-minute episodes, produced by award-winning filmmaker Robert Greenwald's Brave New Films in association with Sierra Club Productions, will air every Tuesday at 9:00pm from February 5 through March 18.

"Sierra Club Chronicles" features ranchers in New Mexico, first responders to 9/11 in New York City, Alaskan fishermen, neighbors of a chemical plant in Mississippiall united in the fight to protect their families, communities, and the places they love from pollution, short-sighted government policies, and corporate greed.

The debut episode, "9/11 Forgotten Heroes," documents how first responders, now afflicted with myriad health problems, were falsely assured there were no health hazards in the aftermath of the terrorist attack.

When THE GREEN launched in April 2007, the Sundance Channel became the first U.S. television network to establish a major regularly-scheduled program dedicated entirely to the environment. To read more about individual episodes of "Sierra Club Chronicles," watch clips, and find out how you can get involved, please visit www.sierraclubtv.org.

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