Result: 35 films

10 Billion (2015)

10 Billion: What's on your plate? Fascinating documentary from the director of "Taste the Waste" about food, agriculture and how to feed an ever growing population. | to purchase on DVD

Banking Nature (2015)

Protecting our planet has become big business promoting new environmental markets. New financial centres have sprung up, specializing in this trade... | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page

Home (2009)

"Home" is a wonderful work of cinematography. Each stunning setting shows us our planet, as we have never seen it before. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay, for free public screenings

Good Old Growth (2014)

For the public, invoking a return to growth always raises the same questions: what exactly is growth? Are there any theoretical and practical alternatives to growth? | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Bikes vs Cars (2015)

The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system. But will the economic powers allow it? | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

Seed Warriors (2010)

By 2050, the temperatures will have risen by about 2 degrees, causing a 30% drop in food production in some regions. Meanwhile, the demand for food will have doubled... How will we feed ourselves? | to purchase on DVD

Voices of Transition (2012)

A documentary on how we can prepare our fields and cities for the twin challenges of climate change and peak oil prices. | to purchase on DVD

Population Boom (2013)

From the director of Plastic Planet, "Population Boom" delves right into the issue of population growth. It may take only 61 years for the world's population to double. |

Think Global, Act Rural (2010)

The director Coline Serreau shows people who fight against the fact that our soils are being poisoned by chemical fertilizers and pesticides. |

Rock-Paper-Fish (2019)

In Southern Alaska, the population of two small villages is divided into two camps when it comes to building a mine upstream. Will the mine drive the salmon, which accounts for 89% of the regional economy, out of the river? | as free streaming at our page

Normal Is Over (2019)

The environmental and societal problems we are facing today are of systemic nature. "Normal Is Over" examines how those problems have arisen, how we need to change our way of thinking and how we can create a more sustainable way of life. | on demand on our page

Living In The Future's Past (2018)

Susan Kucera's film presents hugely important ideas - with the voice of the "Dude", Jeff Bridges. |

Confluir (2018)

In the Amazon's largest tributary, 20 dams are planned, the effects of which are still unclear. A team of scientists embarks on an excursion to assess the full extent of the project. | as free streaming at our page

Thank You for the Rain (2017)

A Kenyan farmer and a Norwegian filmmaker are thrown together by a violent storm that marks the beginning of a five year fight for climate justice. |

Island Earth (2017)

How are we going to feed the world without destroying the planet we live on? "Island Earth" ist a rich and complex tale of a young indigenous scientist's journey through the corn fields of GMO companies and loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that can save our food future. |

Spaceship Earth (2016)

The film takes a look at several ways of living sustainable in a world faced with the challenges of global warming. | on demand on our page

Bauer unser (2016)

Exit? aims to reveal the dominant mechanisms of the industrialised agricultural system in Europe today – a world where consumers have (almost) no say anymore. |

Atlantic (2016)

Narrated by Emmy-award winning actor Brendan Gleeson, "Atlantic" follows the struggles of three fishing communities in Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland, as they battle with the oil explorers and international fishing companies for control of the resources in their waters. |

To the Ends of the Earth (2016)

"To the Ends of the Earth" brings forward the voices of those who not only denounce the rise of extreme energy use, but also envision the new world that is taking shape in its stead: a future beyond the resource pyramid, a post-growth economy. | on demand on our page

Land Grabbing (2015)

Farmland is becoming more and more valuable. After the financial meltdown in 2008 the global capital discovered the business segment of global farmland... | to purchase on DVD