Result: 13 films

Dispatches From The Gulf (2020)

Hal Weiner, Marilyn Weiner / 55 min / from 16 years
A few years have been spent by scientists studying the impact of Deepwater Horizon oil spills on ecosystems. Some insights have been gained, but many long-term effects remain unclear. | as free streaming at our page

The Price Of Progress (2019)

Victor Luengo / 79 min / from 16 years
The food industry has many decisions to make to feed the growing population. But what are they based on: power, money or concern for the health of the population? |

The Story Of Plastic (2019)

Roman Keller, Deia Schlosberg / 95 min / from 10 years
From production, to sale, to recycling, the plastic cycle is complex and raises many issues of equity and sustainability. |

The Undamaged (2018)

Rožle Bregar, Matic Oblak, Miha Avguštin / 51 min / from 12 years
Environmentalism, extreme sport and travelogue are combined in this entertaining and moving documentary. A journey through five countries in a kayak on Europe's last wild rivers from Slovenia to Albania. We get to know a beautiful, little known region of Europe and its inhabitants and at the same time learn how it is threatened by countless hydropower projects. | as free streaming at our page

Tomorrow's Power (2017)

Amy Miller / 76 min / from 16 years
Local activists in Gaza, Germany, and Colombia challenge fossil-fuel dependency and power structures in a struggle for social and climate justice. |

Happening (2017)

James Redford / 71 min / from 12 years
We are at the beginning of a new age of clean energy. Join James Redford on a journey of discovery through the USA. |

Awaiting Water (2017)

Gosse Bouma / 31 min / from 16 years
A Dutch environmental sciences-student travels to South Africa to explore the consequences of the worst drought in years. Especially the local farmers face many challenges. | as free streaming at our page

Roundup, der Prozess (2017)

Marie-Monique Robin / 89 min / from 16 years
Following on from her 2008 investigative documentary "The World according to Monsanto", the filmmaker Marie-Monique Robin shows in her new film that Roundup® is even more dangerous than hitherto feared. | as free streaming at our page

Qu'est-ce qu'on attend ? (2016)

Marie-Monique Robin / 119 min
Wer hätte gedacht, dass die weltweit beste Stadt im Wandel eine kleine französische Gemeinde ist? "Qu’est ce qu’on attend ?" erzählt, wie sich eine kleine Stadt im Elsass mit 2'200 Einwohnern den Schritt weg vom Erdöl zutraute und entschied, seinen ökologischen Fussabdruck zu verringern. |

Vorsicht Gentechnik? (2016)

Frédéric Castaignède / 100 min
Is genetic engineering a curse or blessing? | as free streaming at our page

Dear Governor Cuomo (2012)

Jon Bowermaster / 75 min
On a rainy night in May of 2012 a coalition of musicians, scientists and activists gathered in Albany on the governor’s front doorstep, calling for a ban on hydraulic-fracturing. |

The Last Mountain (2011)

Bill Haney / 95 min / from 16 years
In the valleys of the Appalachian mountains, a battle is being fought over a mountain: A battle over protecting our health and environment from the destructive power of Big Coal. | as free streaming at our page

Árpád Pusztai - Whistleblower (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 45 min / from 16 years
When the food scientist Dr. Árpád Pusztai gave an interview on British television in August 1998 to talk about his research results on genetic engineering, his professional and private life was turned upside down from one moment to the next. | on demand on our page