Result: 13 films

The Strange Disappearance of the Bees (2010)

All over the world bees are dying and disappearing. And no one knows why. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Les moissons de futur (2012)

Marie-Monique Robin asked agronomists, economists and representatives of international organizations to sketch solution models for central questions of future food security. | as free streaming at 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

Green Gold (2012)

A documentary about large-scale restoration projects in China, Africa, South America... underline the huge benefits for people and planet. | as free streaming at our page

The Green Planet (2012)

"The Green Planet" is a spectacular journey through the most famous, most beautiful and diverse natural habitat, the forest. | to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

Die Wiese (2019)

Nowhere is it so colourful, so varied and so beautiful as in a flowering summer meadow - and yet only 2% of it still exists. |

The Need To Grow (2018)

In 60 years there will be no more agriculturally usable soil on earth. Here come the solutions for the future. |

Seed: The Untold Story (2016)

As many irreplaceable seeds near extinction, "Seed" reveals the harrowing and heartening story of passionate seed keepers as they wage a David and Goliath battle against chemical seed companies, defending a 12'000 year food legacy. |

Golden Genes (2016)

Golden Genes — part nature film, part political documentary — demonstrates the extent to which biodiversity research is not only challenging human society but also our very conception of humankind. | on demand on our page

Dusk Chorus (2016)

David Monacchi sets himself the mission of saving the sound heritage of the rain forest by recording it. |

Die Saatgut-Retter (2013)

In only 100 years, over 75 percent of biodiversity has been lost because of monocultures. That's why you get the same fruit in every supermarket. | on demand on our page, as free streaming at our page

Scientists under Attack (2010)

Only 5% of researchers in genetic engineering are independent. The danger is obvious. Can we trust all the scientists yet? | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

Losing Tomorrow (2005)

Patrick Rouxel's accurate and honest film about the state of deforestation in Indonesia. | as free streaming at our page