Result: 32 films

Youth Unstoppable (2018)

Slater Jewell-Kemker / 87 min / from 12 years / 4.8/6
The story of the global climate youth movement - thrilling, inspiring and passionately told by Slater Jewell-Kemker. |

The Borneo Case (2016)

Erik Pauser, Dylan Williams / 78 min / from 16 years / 4.5/6
The Borneo Case tells the story of the destruction of the Borneo rainforest and the hunt for Billions of dollars filtered into offshore accounts and property portfolios around the world. | on demand on our page, free for members

Dirty Gold War (2015)

Daniel Schweizer / 68 min / from 16 years / 4.2/6
On one side of the coin, the dazzling luxury industry. On the other, the toxic living conditions of people who suffer from the curse of gold. |

Elemental (2012)

Gayatri Roshan, Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee / 93 min / from 16 years / 4.2/6
Three individuals united by their deep connection with nature are driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. | on demand on our page

Rock-Paper-Fish (2019)

Colin Arisman, Connor Gallagher / 26 min / from 16 years
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

The Amazon Changers (2019)

Samuel Schlaefli, Esther Petsche / 55 min / from 12 years
Cook to empower. A film about the work of the "cuisine sans frontière" at the Rio Napo. On a ship in the Amazon, locals get access to host training and sustainable perspectives are being created. | on demand on our page

The Mulu Landgrab (2019)

Roman Stocker / 11 min / from 14 years
"The Mulu Land Grab" shows the resistance of local villages to the destruction of their livelihoods and links the events in Borneo to global financial flows. | as free streaming at our page

Lords of Water (2019)

Jérôme Fritel / 87 min / from 13 years
Is water the oil of the 21st century? Should water be a commodity like any other? With what consequences for people and the environment? The film introduces the urgent subject of water trading and lets protagonists on both sides have their say. | as free streaming at our page

The Condor & The Eagle (2019)

Sophie Guerra, Clement Guerra / 79 min / from 16 years
Four indigenous environmentalists on an adventure in the name of climate justice that takes them across the American continent from the forests of Canada to the heart of the Amazon. |

The Guardians (2018)

Ben Crosbie, Tessa Moran / 70 min / from 14 years
One indigenous community in Mexico sacrifices everything for the forest home they share with the threatened monarch butterfly. |

A Six Dollar Cup Of Coffee (2018)

Andres Ibanez Diaz Infante, Alejandro Diaz San Vicente / 72 min / from 16 years
For many of us, coffee is one of the most common consumer goods. But how often do we think about where the coffee actually comes from and how much it should fairly cost? |

Confluir (2018)

Henry Worobec / 39 min / from 16 years
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

Antamiki (2018)

Steve Ellington / 30 min / from 14 years
A group of musicians sets out on a journey to the Peruvian Amazon rainforest to meet the local communities and explore how they are effected by illegal logging. | as free streaming at our page

The River Is Me (2018)

David Freid / 17 min / from 13 years
Fascinating short documentary about the Whanganui River in New Zealand, the first river that has been granted legal personhood. | as free streaming at our page

Tomorrow Has Come (2018)

Thais Lazzeri / 23 min / from 12 years
The consequences of climate change can already be felt today: six Brazilians tell us how they are affected by climate change - through drought, landslides, floods, forest fires and more. | as free streaming at our page

Tawai (2017)

Bruce Parry / 71 min / from 16 years
Documentary filmmaker Bruce Parry returns to a community where he first lived when he shot the first series of BBC's Tribe: The Penan are nomadic, pre-agricultural hunters and gatherers of Borneo, whose deep relationship to their native forest is increasingly threatened by the invasion of oil and timber companies. |

DugOut (2017)

Benjamin Sadd / 52 min / from 14 years
A documentary film following a journey through the Ecuadorian rainforest in a self-made dugout canoe. | on demand on our page

Poisoning Paradise (2017)

Keely Shaye Brosnan, Teresa Tico / 0 min
Journey to the seemingly idyllic world of Native Hawaiians, where communities are surrounded by experimental test sites and pesticides sprayed upwind of their neighborhoods. "Poisoning Paradise" details the ongoing struggle to advance bold new legislation governing the fate of their island home. |

AWAKE (2017)

Josh Fox, Myron Dewey, James Spione / 88 min / from 16 years
"AWAKE, A Dream from Standing Rock" captures the story of the Native-led defiance that forever changed the fight against for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet. | on demand on our page

Our Place On Earth (2017)

Tom Miller, Nuin-Tara Key / 86 min / from 12 years
A series with 3 Episodes starts in Finland where a small town fights against an industry giant polluting their waters. In the Caribbean and in Nicaragua we meet communities trying to adapt to climate change. | as free streaming at our page