Green is Universal presents its 4th annual Green Week. From November 14th -21st NBC will feature easy ways to help make a difference.
Football Night in America (7:00pm EST)
Football Night in America kicks off Green Week for the 4th year in a row! Look out for the announcement plus a ‘green’ highlights at NBCU reel
Today Show (6:00am EST)
Across 4 days, TODAY will have 4 green segments per day. Topics include: green cleaning, green moms, home energy diets, and water.
Days of Our Lives (1:00pm EST)
Chloe (a new mom) will get a visit from her friend, Philip, who brings a gift of eco-friendly, organic diapers.
Beyond the Barrell (8:00pm EST)
CNBC looks at ways to create new energy sources including a northern California company working to turn toxic emissions into building blocks for tomorrow.
Chase (10:00pm EST)
Congressman Nevins tells Luke he is there to implement a green initiative to retrofit all U.S. Marshall offices.
Liquid Assets (8:00pm EST)
While some believe water should be the same as air…free for everyone, others see it as the business opportunity of a lifetime. CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera explores a global crisis in the CNBC Original Production “Liquid Assets: The Big Business of Water.”
Parenthood (10:00pm EST)
Max’s class is creating little houses out of recycled egg cartons.
Undercovers (8:00pm EST)
Shaw on “Undercovers” gives the workers at Bloom Catering Co. a hard time about not recycling.
Trash, Inc. (8:00pm EST)
Garbage. It’s everywhere — even in the middle of the oceans — and it’s pure gold for companies like Waste Management and Republic Services who dominate this $52 billion-a-year industry.
30 Rock (8:30pm EST)
Keep your ears perked for more green jokes from your favorite funny lady, Liz Lemon.
The Office (9:00pm EST)
Michael attempts to help the planet by recycling.
Outsourced (9:30pm EST)
In “Outsourced,” Gupta charges his flashlight instead of using chemical batteries.
Dateline (9:00pm EST)
Will feature an hour long interview with Prince Charles, leading into the Prince’s Harmony special.
Harmony (10:00pm EST)
A feature film and television special documenting The Prince of Wales efforts to combat climate change and find innovative solutions to the global environmental crisis.
Notre Dame vs. Army (7:00pm EST)
Will weave in green tips and mentions throughout the 4-hour broadcast.
Law & Order: Los Angeles (9:00pm EST)
It’s a new coast, but the same crime mystery formula, with a whole lot of green drama where environmental neglect looks like a crime to Detectives Winters (Skeet Ulrich) and Jarusalski (Corey Stoll). The victim is a scientist dedicated to water clean up in Los Angeles County’s polluted creeks and rivers. After word gets out that the scientist knew about his employer’s improper waste disposal practices, clues suggest the corporation’s likely involvement in the murder.
The Suze Orman Show (9:00pm EST)
The program will have an all-green “Can I Afford It?” segment. Callers ask Suze about an $18K solar roof; a $230K Energy Star-certified “Green” Home; a $33K geothermal system; a $700 bicycle; and a Nook.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (10:00pm EST)
Keep an eye out for special ‘green’ members of the cast.