Green wave surges onto pop culture's shores


By Jeffrey Goldfarb EDINBURGH, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Environmental causes championed by scientists and watchdog groups are reaching wider audiences as they gain prominence in popular mainstream media. The British film and television industries feted Al Gore and David Attenborough at the weekend for recent pop culture contributions to the global warming debate that attracted millions of viewers. Brazil's biggest television network started filming a soap opera this month set in the Amazon, ...

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