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River Music

What happens when science and art collide? “River Music” is what happens! When teenage musicians spent a year studying music composition and, at the same.. Read More

River of Eden

Join filmmaker Pete McBride, a National Geographic Freshwater Hero, on a journey into the Fijian Highlands to discover why the locals said “no” to easy.. Read More

Rush for Gold

Revealed are some of the lesser-known stories of the Gold Rush, as told by people living in and around the Deer Creek watershed in Nevada.. Read More

School’s Out: Lessons from a Forest Kindergarten

No classroom for these kindergarteners. In Switzerland’s Langnau am Albis, a suburb of Zurich, children 4 to 7 years of age go to kindergarten in.. Read More

Sea Change

The grassroots efforts of Ikal Angelei, a charismatic 31 year-old Kenyan woman, are explored as she tries to mitigate the impact of the Gibe III.. Read More

Silent River

Since the passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement 20 years ago, U.S. companies have used the Santiago River as their own waste canal... Read More

Spaceship Earth Passenger Safety Briefing

Airline passengers are routinely briefed on how to make their flight safe and comfortable. Imagine if every passenger on Spaceship Earth were similarly briefed. Buckle.. Read More

Spine of the Continent

Five Colorado College students explore the wilderness of the Rocky Mountain West and examine what it will take to preserve this landscape in the face.. Read More

Sticky

A tiny population of remarkable stick insects dodged extinction by hiding under a single windswept bush on a remote sea stack for 80 years. Narrated.. Read More

Sufferfest

Behold as Cedar Wright and Alex Honnold enchain all of the California’s 14,000 foot peaks using only bikes for transport, which when converted to meters.. Read More

Sufferfest 2

Less than a year after enchaining the fifteen tallest peaks in California, by bike, Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright have forgotten that it was their.. Read More

Overburdened/Undermined

For years, strip mining by coal companies has taken a toll on both the people and the environment of Alabama. This sobering documentary explores the.. Read More

Teton Hooping Contingency

The town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming possesses a rich mountain culture and it is where 26 year old Ryan Mertaugh developed the art of Extreme.. Read More

The Colorado River

The Colorado River is more than beautiful, it sustains life for 11,000 species including us. Seasoned Expedition Leader Dave Edwards shares a funny story &.. Read More

The Coralax

Inspired by Dr. Suess’s The Lorax, this claymation by four Maui middle school students uses 667 images to show how irresponsible shoreline development can impact.. Read More

The Curious Snail

Immerse yourself in the beauty of a snail’s simple and small world. As we view their life up-close, you will see that a simple sludge.. Read More

The Edge Of Impossible

Showcasing human potential and friendship, The Edge Of Impossible follows a High Fives Foundation athlete’s journey to become the first quadriplegic to heli-ski the rarefied.. Read More

The Great Frack Forward

This film examines the human, environmental, and political implications of China’s new energy boom. Mother Jones’ Jaeah Lee and Climate Desk’s James West traveled to.. Read More

The Little Things

Follow professional snowboarders who have chosen to be outspoken and make positive changes towards a sustainable environment. This film is an initiative taken on by.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Dirty Business (Asia – India)

The New Environmentalists share a common goal – safeguarding the Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. The.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Eagle Eyes (South America – Peru)

The New Environmentalists share a common goal – safeguarding the Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. The.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Habitat for The Endangered (Island Nations – Indonesia)

The New Environmentalists share a common goal – safeguarding the Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. The.. Read More

The New Environmentalists: Home Rules (North America – New York State)

The New Environmentalists share a common goal – safeguarding the Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. The.. Read More

The Ridge

Danny Macaskill is a very good bike rider. A very, very good bike rider. So he climbed a mountain near his home on the Isle.. Read More

The Sacred Place Where Life Begins: Gwich’in Women Speak

Women of the Gwich’in nation speak out to protect what they call “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins” from oil development. Also known as the.. Read More

The Starfish Throwers

Worlds apart, a five-star chef, a twelve year-old girl, and a retired schoolteacher discover how their individual efforts to feed the poor ignite a movement.. Read More

The Story of Place

Deep into the unprotected territory of Southeastern Utah, Author Craig Childs narrates the story of this grand landscape, how it has shaped each and every.. Read More

The Wilderness Act: 50th Anniversary

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, this film captures what drove us as a nation to create the Wilderness Act. Those motivations.. Read More

The World Beyond the World

Using text adapted from Robert Marshalls “Alaska Wilderness: Exploring the Brooks Range” (1929) and images from Expedition Arguk (2013), “The World Beyond the World” aims.. Read More

Thirsty for Justice: The struggle for the human right to water

In the wealthiest state in the nation, how can so many lack access to safe, affordable water for basic human needs? Thirsty for Justice shares.. Read More

Twenty Eight Feet: life on a little wooden boat

David Welsford has given up the luxuries of land in search for happiness and adventure on a 50 year old wooden boat he restored from.. Read More

Unfair Game: The Politics of Poaching

Through the inspiring stories of two African environmental activists —Thuli Makama (Swaziland) and Hammer Simwinga (Zambia) — the film explores conservation and sustainable development as.. Read More

14.c

Kai Lightener entered the world of rock climbing at the age of six. As fourteen-year-old Kai ascends to the top of the most difficult routes.. Read More

A Line in the Sand

Edward Abbey’s words have always been deliberately provocative – especially when said in defense of the desert landscape he loved so much. The words in.. Read More

Adventures With a Purpose: A Higher Calling

Renowned snowboarder, Jeremy Jones, teams up with Clif Bar and Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation to study glacial fresh water reserves across the globe. Get.. Read More

Why I Think This World Should End

Experience this spoken word call to action from Prince Ea.

American Lawn

For a lot of people, “in lawns we trust” is more than a motto: it’s a way of life. Conversely, many folks see their lawn.. Read More

Birdsongs – Yosemite Nature Notes

Yosemite National Park’s beautiful landscapes contain unique soundscapes, and birders and ornithologists flock to the park to see and hear over 250 species of birds... Read More

Bluebird Man

35 years ago Bluebird Man Al Larson joined a movement of citizen scientists who over the past several decades have helped reverse declines in bluebird.. Read More

Bounce, this is not a freestyle movie

Soccer. Football. It’s the world’s most popular game. For two years, Guillaume Blanchet traveled with his ball as a faithful companion. The result is Bounce.

Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night

Explores the importance of darkness, and the erosion of it, through the study and preservation of firefly habitats in Japan and the U.S.. Fireflies disappear.. Read More

California: Paradise Burning

Since 2012, California has been suffering through a historically severe drought. For the farmers and ranchers of the Central Valley, the future seems especially bleak... Read More

Catch It

Léa Brassy grew up surfing the warm waters of Southern France. Accustomed to a life on the road, her nomadic lifestyle takes a pause at.. Read More

Chuitna

“Chuitna” chronicles the journey of conservation-minded fly fishermen who travel to Alaska’s unspoiled Chuitna Watershed to wade waist-deep into its salmon-rich waters and the fight.. Read More

Common Ground

Several ranching and farming communities living against the stunning landscape of the Rocky Mountain Front in Montana are faced with the decision of what is.. Read More

DamNation

This powerful film odyssey across America explores the sea change in our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing.. Read More

Delta Dawn

The Colorado River hasn’t kissed the sea in almost two decades — until the spring of 2014 when an experimental pulse of water was released.. Read More

Drawn

Merging film and illustration, this film transports you on four journeys, from the Venezuelan Amazon, to the China-Mongolian Border, to the northern reaches of Canada,.. Read More

Dream

I wonder… if… one day… When a newbie kayaker goes paddling, he discovers a posse of pros on the river and wonders whether someday he.. Read More

Dryden – The Small Town that Changed the Fracking Game

The industry kept saying: ‘We have the power; you have none. We are coming. Get out of the way or leave,” said Joanne Cipolla-Dennis, recalling.. Read More

Earthbook

What would Planet Earth post about humans on its profile? The Earth fast forwards through a virtual relationship with humans — but soon starts to.. Read More

Harnessing the Sun to Keep the Lights on in India

More than 1 billion people throughout the world lack reliable access to electricity. In 2014, the Center for American Progress and Sierra Club traveled to.. Read More

Higher

Jeremy Jones and Teton Gravity Research elevate their game, taking their quest to the next level for the third and final installment of the Deeper,.. Read More

I Heard

A Seussical glimpse into more than 110 million acres of designated wilderness that we have to enjoy in the US. The Sierra Club tapped award-winning.. Read More

Joanna Macy and the Great Turning

This is a time when we need the wisdom of our elders. Here, eco-philosopher Joanna Macy shares her understanding of these times when everything we.. Read More

Love in the Tetons

Fifteen years ago, Juan Martinez stepped off a bus in Grand Teton National Park and saw the stars for the first time in his life... Read More

Marie’s Dictionary

This short documentary tells the story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language and the dictionary she created in an effort.. Read More

Marijuana Grows and Restoration

Marijuana growing on our national forests causes significant harm to the land, water and animals. The toxicants as well as the lethal weapons used on.. Read More

Mixing Oil and Water

Shale oil and gas development and fresh water use are tightly intertwined. “Mixing Oil and Water” illustrates that water quality, scarcity, and uncertainty are becoming.. Read More

Monarchs & Milkweed

Take a microcosmic safari through a field of milkweed and discover a whole world of life, from bees to wasps to hummingbirds to butterflies. The.. Read More

Myanmar Bridges to Change

In August 2013 a group of 7 climbers traveled to the farthest reaches of northern Myanmar to make a first ascent of Gamlang Razi, Southeast.. Read More

Nobody’s River

Four women journey down one of the world’s last free flowing rivers of the world and discover raw beauty, industrial wastelands, devastating loss, and unbridled.. Read More

OCEANS NORTH ~ Protecting Manitoba’s Beluga Estuaries

Each summer, as the sea ice recedes, more than 57,000 beluga whales return to the estuaries along stunning western Hudson Bay in Manitoba. There they.. Read More

Ola I Ka Wai: Water is Life

The state of Hawaii has an obligation to protect and regulate Hawaiʻi’s water resource for the benefit of its people. Yet 90% of the states.. Read More

OR7 – THE JOURNEY

This lone wolf’s incredible journey from Oregon to California—the first to enter California in ninety years—and the story of the Wolf as a species in.. Read More

Our Power – Black Mesa, AZ

The Navajo people in Black Mesa, Arizona are trying to protect their aquifer from a nearby coal mining plant’s pollution. The cities of Phoenix and.. Read More

Phoebe’s Humpback Whale Adventure

Join high school student Phoebe Fitz in her quest to learn about humpback whales. She teams up with scientists who study whales in Hawaii, and.. Read More

Pohakuloa: Now that you know do you care?

Visitors have long described the islands of Hawaiʻi as paradise, yet the living heart of the largest island has been bombed by the US military.. Read More

Pride

Pride explores the cultural relationship between residents of Gujarat, India and the last remaining population of Asiatic Lions in the world. With fewer than 50.. Read More

Pride of Namibia

Namibia is home to one of the greatest wildlife recovery story ever told. “Pride of Namibia” tells the story of communities committed to protecting wildlife,.. Read More