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Existing Is Resisting - How Farmers Are Resisting GM Crops
This animation illustrates the myriad practices of everyday resistance that have to be carried out by non-GM producers to try and avoid the spread of genetically modified (GM)...
Growing Huge Amounts of Food on 1/2 an Acre - Urban Abundance
In the small town of Oxford, Kane and Fiona Hogan have transformed their urban 1/2-acre property into abundant veggie gardens. Their business Urban Gardener aims to build...
From Gangs to Gardens (2014)
Organic gardener and vegan chef DJ CAVEM is an award-winning international recording artist and activist who uses Hip-Hop culture to inspire young people to connect to the...
An Invitation for Wildness
In the small town of Riverton at the bottom of New Zealand's South Island is Robert and Robyn Guyton's amazing 23-year-old food forest. The two-acre property has been...
Lawns Are for Suckers. Plant a Garden - for the Climate!
Ripping out your lawn and planting kale and peppers won’t just lead to great stir-fry — a new study finds it could make major contributions to fighting climate change...
I Stopped Eating Animals Because of Human Rights
What does the meat industry do to people’s mental health?
Wasted/ Wanted
Every year, supermarkets in the UK throw away an estimated 40million tonnes of perfectly edible food, often for perplexing reasons. FareShare is a charity that diverts some of...
How to Build a Place-Based Economy Where You Live
How can communities rethink ownership to remedy poverty? In this powerful talk, Eric Kornacki shares the story of his journey carrying lessons learned from Central American...
From Livelihoods to Deadlihoods
Economic globalization is destroying livelihoods and replacing them with assembly-line drudgery. But there is a path forward.
Five Vital Lessons From Psychedelic Experts
The problem with banning anything out of a fear of the unknown is that many unknowns will remain. Such is the story of many psychedelic drugs in the U.S. While the government...
Our Bodies Don't Need Meat. So Why Can't We Give It Up?
Imagine a post-apocalyptic world in which resources are so scarce that the government decides that all grain must go to people rather than animals. Without animal feed, steak...
The Worm Is Turning (2015)
THE WORM IS TURNING tells the story of how corporate agribusiness is taking over the world's food production in the name of 'efficiency' and 'feeding a starving world' - while...
From Floating Food Forests to Vacant Lot Crops, Urban Farming Is Taking Root Across America
More than 1,500 community gardens have been started on vacant land in Detroit alone in recent years.
What Is the World's Largest Polluter?
It's not fossil fuels. Watch Cowspiracy here.
Mindfoodness - An Animated Examination of Industrial Food Production
We live in a world were most people live in an urban environment, cut off from the origins of the food they consume. This short animated film takes us into the world of animal...
Maybe the Humans in Interstellar Wouldn't Have Wrecked Their Planet If They Had Stopped Monocropping
Did the brainiac space man played by Matthew Mcconaughey ever stop to consider the possibility that continuing to rely on massive homogeneous corn fields was driving the death...
Going Veggie Would Cut Global Food Emissions by Two Thirds and Save Millions of Lives - New Study
Eating more fruit and vegetables and cutting back on red and processed meat will make you healthier. That’s obvious enough. But as chickens and cows themselves eat food and...
This Is The Video Future Generations Will Be Wishing Everyone Watched Today
The living earth is slowly being consumed by the human animals living on its surface. There are many drivers of the destruction being wrought, and many solutions we can pursue...
The Organic Revolution
Sex, drugs and rock&roll, now thàt used to be cool. Someone who wants to be cool today, grows his own organic vegetables. Hip and trendy, or is there more to it?
In One Month We Will Begin Intentionally Starving Poor People
At the end of March, 22 states will begin imposing work requirements on people who want food stamps. Hundreds of thousands of people will likely lose their food aid. The Wall...
White Canada Has a Black History
Goood morning slaves! This week we bring you, "White Canada has a Black History" In this sedition of ITEOTWAWKIAIFF we look at the growing class unrest in Hong Kong that kicked...
Does Your Chocolate Do Good?
A story by Our Better World - telling stories of good to inspire action. These chocolate calories are so worth it. They're not just good for your soul, they're good for these...
For Native Americans in Minnesota, Food is a Sign of Oppression
After hundreds of years of isolation, here’s how the indigenous heroes are fighting to reclaim their cultural identity — and their health.
Sanders Puts Block on Obama's Big Pharma Nominee for FDA
'We need someone who will work to substantially lower drug prices, implement rules to safely import brand-name drugs from Canada and hold companies accountable who defraud our...
Guerilla Gardening in South Central LA
Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA -- in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some...
Artist Buried Alive to Highlight Food Insecurity and Farmer Suicides in India
On the 6th December 2015, Artist Shweta Batthad buried herself alive outside the #COP21 climate talks in Paris to raise awareness of the 300,000 Indian farmers who have...
PBS FRONTLINE's "Modern Meat", And" the Trouble With Chicken" (A Films for Action Double Feature)
How safe is it to eat meat in America? Two PBS Frontline Documentaries ask the hard questions about E. Coli, Salmonella, and other bacteria that are sending American families...
PBS FRONTLINE:  Modern Meat (2002)
In Modern Meat, FRONTLINE takes a close look inside the world of the modern American meat industry and shows how this once simple product has turned into a much more dangerous...
PBS FRONTLINE:  The Trouble With Chicken (2015)
FRONTLINE investigates the spread of dangerous pathogens in meat - particularly poultry - and why the food-safety system isn't stopping the threat. Focusing on an outbreak of...
Racing Extinction (2015)
In Racing Extinction, a team of artists and activists exposes the hidden world of extinction with never-before-seen images that will change the way we see the planet. Two...
World's Small Farmers Fighting Back as WTO Pushes Corporate Agenda
The WTO is aiming to strengthen a 'corporate-driven free trade regime' while ignoring solutions that would protect small-scale farmers and increase food security, says La Via...
Seeds of Justice - In The Hands of Farmers (2015)
Seeds of Justice follows Ethiopian plant geneticist Dr Melaku Worede’s inspirational work to re-valorise farmers’ knowledge and protect their position as guardians of seed...
A Commons Sense
The US patent act clause 102 says that nothing can be patented if it is prior public knowledge. If the public has been aware of the material and its benefits, then it is not...
High-Speed Slaughter Hell at Hormel, Makers of SPAM
A Compassion Over Killing investigator worked inside Quality Pork Processors, a USDA-inspected slaughterhouse in Minnesota that exclusively supplies to Hormel, the makers of...
The Man Who Stopped the Desert (2010)
As early as the 1970's the word ' Sahel ', a word that describes that bleak land between the Sahara desert and the wet forest of tropical Africa , had become synonymous with...
The Future of Protein Will Not Be Animal Meat
The average American eats 80.6 pounds of beef very year. Since farming cattle is water and land-intensive—and responsible for between 18 and 51 percent of greenhouse gas...
This Tiny Country Is Going 100 Percent Organic
In 2011, the tiny mountain nation of Bhutan announced a lofty goal: make the country’s agricultural system 100 percent organic by the year 2020. If it succeeded, it would be...
Island Grown (2015)
Theres an island named Maui in the South Pacific that boast world class views, recreation, and climate. The climate on the island is perfect for agriculture and grows some of...
Baranaja - Twelve Seeds of Sustainability
300 million farmers is a whole lot of famers. India is their home, making it the country with the largest number of small-scale food growers in the world. Most of these farmers...
If Fast Food Commercials Were Honest
Turns out the only thing grosser than the food is how the commercials are made. Our temporary kid zoo contains a ball pit and a slide, both perfect for creating the illusion...
Beautiful 1 Acre Small Scale Permaculture Farm
A tour of Limestone Permaculture Farm in New South Wales, Australia. The 1 acre property has been developed into a productive permaculture farm that is currently feeding around...
Cowspiracy - The Documentary Turning Environmentalists Vegan
Streaming giant Netflix recently launched Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, a 90-minute documentary financed via the crowd-funding site Indiegogo and...
Living With The Land
A rich and imersive nine part series looking at all aspects of living with the land. Produced by Permaculture magazine and Permaculture People the films explore successful...
From Under Our Feet
This documentary identifies and explains this impending Ecocide in Southern Spain. Jak and Jose and the 15 people still living in Los Perales are facing displacement and loss...
ʻĀINA: That Which Feeds Us (2015)
ʻĀINA (pronounced "eye-nah") means "That Which Feeds Us" in the Hawaiian language. The film highlights a way to address some of the most pressing environmental and health...
Where is California's Water Really Going? (And Where is it not?)
Comedian Eddie Pepitone gives some revealing statistics about how California's water is distributed during the most recent water shortage. (2015)
Are Hospital Farms the Next Big Thing in Healthcare Reform?
This summer, St. Luke’s Hospital started sending all new moms home from the hospital with a basket of fresh produce, recipes and literature about the importance of a healthy...
What Our Food Is Really Doing to the Planet, in 15 Jaw-Dropping Images
When current science news is filled with pictures — incredible, beautiful, literally awesome pictures — of planetary bodies 3 billion miles away, it's easy to forget what's...
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Food Waste
Producers, sellers, and consumers waste tons of food. John Oliver discusses the shocking amount of food we don't eat. Connect with Last Week Tonight online...
The Yes Men's Solution to California's Drought: If You Eat Beef, Don't Wash
Would you stop showering if it meant that was the only way you could keep eating beef? California's ongoing drought needs radical action. But in a state dependent on...