The New Environmentalists: A Change In The Air

A mother of three led her Chicago community in a successful campaign to shut down two of the country’s oldest and dirtiest coal fired power.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Weaving A Movement

When Indonesian marble mining companies began to exploit the pristine mountains surrounding her West Timor homeland, Mama Aleta Baun organized the villagers in a weaving.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: The Disposables

Unfazed by powerful political opponents and a pervasive culture of violence, Nohrah Padilla organized the marginalized waste pickers to make recycling a legitimate part of.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Fractured Wilderness

Jonathan Deal is leading a concerted campaign against a fracking project that threatens the Karoo, where sparse desert and majestic mountains converge to create an.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Zero Sum Game

Elementary school teacher Rossano Ercolini began a public education campaign about the dangers of incinerators in his small Tuscan town that grew into a national.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Marshland Dreams

                    Iraq’s Mesopatamia Marshes had been a vital life force for centuries until Saddam Hussein destroyed.. Read More

More Precious than Gold: Film & Panel Discussion on the Proposed San Juan Ridge Mine

What are the potential impacts on the Yuba Watershed?  April 16, 2014 7:00-9:00 PM Nevada Theatre, 401 Broad Street, Nevada City Doors open at 6:30pm.. Read More

Ryan’s Stories

Ryan’s Stories Anson Fogel, Aimee Tetreault, Camp4 Collective (USA, 2013, 7 min)     Living in poverty for as long as he remembers, Ryan Hudson.. Read More