Videos about Environment
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I Wish for You... Jeremy Irons is a Grandfather With A Beautiful Message for His Granddaughter
'War Horse' author Michael Morpurgo and actors Jeremy Irons and Maxine Peake have joined forces to make a powerful new 5 minute film especially for you. Please watch and...
Lifting Communities Out From Underdevelopment - India's Barefoot College
Watch how harnessing human potential along with the sun is improving millions of impoverished lives.  Barefoot College is a non-governmental organization that has been...
Racism: It's in the Water
Racism isn't just about police brutality or the criminal justice system. It's in the air and water. The water crisis in Flint, Michigan is a textbook case of environmental...
Pick It Up
Kerstin woke up every day before the sun came up. Waiting for the dawn near some rocks, she puts gloves and walked the same stretch of beach picking up garbage. After an hour...
Redford Plays Another Journalist Challenging Power in "Truth", Talks Climate Change and #OscarsSoWhite
Forty years ago, the legendary actor Robert Redford starred in one of the most celebrated journalism films of all time: "All The President's Men." Redford and Dustin Hoffman...
Palm Oil Alternative Offers Hope for Rainforest Deforestation
Harvesting palm oil is destructive to the environment, resulting in the destruction of thousands of miles of rainforest and destroying crucial orangutan habitat. But some...
You Are Me (2016)
The cosmos is One interconnected and indivisible Whole. You Are the Cosmos, and All That Is. Therefore, You Are Me! For more information, including sources and quotes...
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...
RUNNING AGAINST PIPELINES
On December 4th 2015, Enbridge's began pumping tar sands crude on its 40 year old line 9 pipeline. On the same day, 22 year old Rachel Thevenard, began an 800 km run, through...
What Do You See?
There are many different ways of living on this planet, who's to say their way is best? 
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...
System Change Not Climate Change
The greatest challenges of our time is to end unjust distribution in the world and to fight climate change. What is stopping us? And what can YOU do to make a...
Not Your Climate Movement
This we bring you a recap of the COP21 climate clusterfuck in Paris, with Jim Hansen's reaction to the historic non-agreement and 350.org's condemnation of comrades who defied...
No Oceans, No Life. No Blue, No Green - Valhalla Interviews Sylvia Earle at #Earthtoparis
One of the most overlooked and scary facts surrounding the issue of climate change and environmental destruction lies under the sea... Our oceans are being destroyed and...
Dams Contribute to Global Warming
Large hydropower projects are often propagated as a "clean and green" source of electricity by international financial institutions, national governments and other actors. They...
The Living Forest: the Amazonian Tribespeople Who Sailed Down the Seine
The Kichwa tribe in the Sarayaku region of the Amazon in Ecuador believe in the 'living forest', where humans, animals and plants live in harmony. They are fighting oil...
Tar Creek (2009)
TAR CREEK is the story of the worst environmental disaster you’ve never heard of: the Tar Creek Superfund site. Once one of the largest lead and zinc mines on the planet, Tar...
Ecological Learning Through Direct Experience
This is a documentary made for my masters thesis in ecological design thinking at Schumacher College. The thesis is about getting out into the natural world and learn from the...
COP 21: Undercover Police Crack Down on Freedom Of Speech
Yesterday undercover police cracked down on anyone questioning the sponsors of a corporate "Solutions 21" event in Paris. The action was supported by Corporate Europe...
Everything you need to know about COP21
Cop 21 - a brief intro - filmed by REAL MEDIA.
100% Possible - Clean, Safe, Renewable Energy
What if Steve Jobs had given up on the iPhone – how would you be reading this now?! More importantly, what would our world be like if MLK hadn't had a dream, or Gandhi never...
Stunning Images of Deep Sea Creatures off the Coast of Puerto Rico Reveal Hidden World
Some sea creatures are so new to us, they don't even have names.
Man Vs Earth
Who Do You Think Will Win? Editor's note: We're big fans of Prince Ea's videos, and there's a lot of great stuff in this film, but sadly the ask at the end lets it down. We...
The Unist'ot'en Are Holding Their Ground Against Oil & Gas Pipelines
Since 2009, the Unist'ot'en clan and its supporters have occupied a camp that is blocking proposed oil and gas pipelines in northern British Columbia, Canada. In the summer of...
Crudo (Crude) 2009
Crude is a 2009 American documentary film directed and produced by Joe Berlinger.[1] It follows a two-year portion of an ongoing class action lawsuit against the
Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa - Nigerian Environmental Justice Campaigner
It is the 20th anniversary of the execution of Ken Saro-Wiwa, who campaigned against oil pollution in the oil rich Niger Delta by Royal Dutch Shell. He was sentenced to death...
Climate Change Warriors: We Are the Storm!
Climate change continues to have a disproportionate impact on the most vulnerable communities around the globe, including migrants and communities of color -- people who are...
First Full Scale Tidal Lagoon Power Plant
Could this tidal lagoon project in Wales be the future of sustainable energy? You can read more about this groundbreaking project here.
How Cities Make Us Sick
Over the last century, cities have been designed to accommodate the automobile. So, how do we redesign them to benefit people?
Words of Wilderness: A Love Letter to the Wild
Happy 50th Wilderness Act - In 50 years how you have grown: From Nine to 110 million acres.  Cinematography by Pete McBride, Matt Hobbs and Cael Jones. Words by Edward Abbey...
Where Were You When You Fell In Love With Nature?
Marine scientist and ocean advocate Wallace "J." Nichols explores the neuroscience of our brains on nature, and posits that our love of the natural world holds the key to...
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...
Kahnawake Mohawks Block Train Tracks to Stop Sewage Dump
Kahnawake Mohawks made good on their promise to escalate actions, by blocking train traffic for over an hour, since Montreal’s mayor hasn’t canceled the scheduled 8 billion...
Could These Bugs Solve Our Trash Problem?
Can worms solve our planet's plastic problem?
How to Stop a Pipeline: Canadian First Nations' Legal Battle for Their Territories
A decade-long battle over a proposed pipeline is helping shape the Canadian national election even as a historic legal case may make or break the development. First Nations are...
The Cross of the Moment (2015)
Fermi's Paradox, climate change, capitalism, and collapse are among the subjects discussed in this feature length documentary on the environmental crisis. Interviewees include...
Pounding Hooves
A short documentary exploring the issue of rewilding and coexistance with Nature, through the eyes of indigenous people and scientists in North America and Europe.  A film by...
Maui's Dolphins in New Zealand - Protect Ocean Habitat
Young people from Aotearoa, New Zealand, speak up to help protect Maui and other dolphin species. Take action here: https://w...
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...
"Desert Goddess" Remembers Arizona's Glen Canyon
In this excerpt from the award-winning documentary DamNation, filmmakers Ben Knight and Travis Rummel interview the "desert goddess," Katie Lee. When the Glen Canyon Dam was...
Dark Side of the Greens (2015)
Documentary investigating how developers, often working with local officials, are using golf as a smokescreen to build massive luxury resorts with negative effects on the local...
Land of Corn (2015)
Land of corn is a documentary film about four environmental and land rights defenders from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and Honduras who work in an extremely dangerous...
The Battle Of The Great Bear Rainforest
In the 1990's the Nuxalk Nation engaged in a campaign of direct action, to stop logging on their traditional lands, also known as the Great Bear Rainforest. Nuxalk Hereditary...
Corridors of Resistance: Stopping Oil and Gas Pipelines (2015)
The Unist’ot’en camp in North-Western British Colombia, Canada, is front and centre in a global battle for climate and energy justice. Since 2011 they have been maintaining a...
Ocean of Plastic (Do You Think That Marine Pollution Does Not Affect You? Think Again.)
This short film which shows you an extremely important reason why you should take marine pollution seriously.
The Coolest Nature Video Ever!
Beautifully edited by Roen Horn this slice of natural wonder is set to the music of Karen O.
Rare Earthenware - How Much Toxic Waste Was Produced to Make Your Electronic Devices?
Retracing rare earth elements, which are widely used in high end electronics and green technologies, to their origins. The film, developed with photographer Toby Smith...
Here and Now (2015)
Here and Now weaves together social justice, land conservation, human history, and scientific knowledge into a cohesive and moving story about what’s possible by working...
From Garden to Forest - Da Horta À Floresta
"EUCALYPTUS PROMOTING FOOD PRODUCTION, AND NOT DRYING SOIL" On this episode we present Juã and Rômulo, two young men who show that environmental services are the consequence of...