National Geographic Celebrates the 50th Earth Day With Two World Premieres on 22 April
To inspire hope for viewers worldwide, National Geographic commemorates the 50th anniversary of Earth Day with the world premiere of the next chapter of Dr. Jane Goodall’s four decades of advocacy work for chimpanzees, and following photographer Joel Sartore in his quest to photograph creatures found nowhere else on the planet.
In times like these, when people around the world need hope more than ever, National Geographic commemorates the 50th Earth Day with two global and emotionally evocative specials that inspire love for our amazing planet and its animal inhabitants.
On Wednesday, 22 April, at SIN/HK 8pm, join National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore on his quest to photograph some of the rarest animals in the world in PHOTO ARK: RAREST CREATURES.
Following this, the two-hour documentary special JANE GOODALL: THE HOPE, beginning at SIN/HK 9pm, takes viewers through the incredible chapters of Dr. Goodall’s famous journey, highlighting her four decades of advocacy work for animal welfare and conservation, and her message of hope for future generations.
Both shows will premiere on National Geographic channels across Southeast Asia in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.