Result: 20 films

Death by Design (2017)

Revealing the dark side of the electronic industry. For all those who love their smartphones, tablets and laptops - and who care about the environment. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

Code of Survival (2016)

The film explores poisons such as Roundup and the ways in which they have seeped into our lives: although Germany is virtually GM-free, glyphosate can now be detected in all of our bodies. Using powerful images, the film explains how the large-scale application of poison is destroying soil biology, causing a global drop in soil fertility. | to purchase on DVD

Sustainable Nation (2019)

"Sustainable Nation" takes a look at three groundbreaking projects from Israel. From natural wastewater treatment plants to water through solar power to equipment that receives and evaluates data from plants. |

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. |

RiverBlue (2017)

RiverBlue chronicles the high environmental cost of fast fashion and how the industry has destroyed some of the world’s greatest rivers. | on demand on our page

Oceans: The Mystery of the Missing Plastic (2016)

If only 1% of plastic in the ocean is visible to us, do we really have any idea of the scale of the problem? Plastic has entered the food chain and now we will live with the consequences. |

Polyfaces (2015)

Polyface Farm is led by the the World’s Most Innovative Farmer (TIME) and follows the philosophies of permaculture. |

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

Circle of Poison (2015)

Circle of Poison exposes that while toxic pesticides are banned in the US, companies are still allowed to export them and harm communities around the world. | on demand on our page

Overcast (2015)

"Overcast" is a groundbreaking documentary about a controversial phenomenon: Jet contrails that spread into clouds, covering the sky and blocking the sun. Is this - as some theorists believe - the biggest environmental crime in the history of mankind? | as free streaming at our page

The Ethics of Fracking (2014)

A look at the ethics of the natural gas extraction process known as “fracking”. |

Transgenic Wars (2014)

Fifteen years ago, when the genetic modification of seeds and plants was being described as a ‘super technology’, French investigative journalist Paul Moreira was one of the last reporters allowed into Monsanto’s laboratories before they closed their doors to outside cameras. | on demand on our page

Racing to Zero (2014)

A documentary that explores San Francisco's new ways to solve the global waste problem after the city committed itself to stop producing waste by 2020. | on demand on our page

Plastic Paradise (2013)

Midway Atoll is one of the most remote places on Earth. And yet it's become ground zero for The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. What happens to all the plastic? | on demand on our page

A Fierce Green Fire (2012)

An exploration of the environmental movement and it's leading characters, from grassroots activists to world-wide protests. |

Switch (2012)

What will it really take, to transition from oil and coal, to the energies of tomorrow? "Switch" goes where no film has gone before, deep into the world's most restricted energy sites, to depoliticize competing power sources, make the technical accessible, and discover the truth of our energy future. | as free streaming at our page

Our Daily Poison (2011)

The desire to make food last longer, means all sorts of chemicals have been infused. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Vandana Shiva - Seeds and Seed Multinationals (2010)

Monsanto has been supplying India with GT cotton since 2002, leading to ever poorer harvests and even more spendings for local farmers. Vandana Shiva is fighting to preserve biodiversity against the gentech-giant from the West. | on demand on our page

Der Ährenmann (2003)

As a plant breeder Eckart Irion relies on the ancient method of selection. He develops new rye, wheat and oat varieties without the use of modern laboratory methods. | on demand on our page

Killing Seeds (2001)

To enforce the genetic engineering, the chemical multinationals have swallowed up almost all the major plant breeders. Genetic engineering promotes the sales of chemicals. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD