Result: 6 films

The Human Element (2018)

Matthew Testa / 80 min / from 14 years / 4.8/6
With closeness and compassion, "The Human Element" tells how global warming is already a reality for many people and influences their everyday lives. Following the nature photographer and geoscientist James Balog, "The Human Element" combines art with science and thus appeals to our reason as well as our senses. |

The Need To Grow (2018)

Rob Herring, Ryan Wirick / 96 min / from 14 years
In 60 years there will be no more agriculturally usable soil on earth. Here come the solutions for the future. | on demand on our page

L'Odyssée (2016)

Jérôme Salle / 82 min / from 10 years
Thirty years in the life of Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the researcher, scientist, inventor, and filmmaker whose contributions made the general public more curious about the sea. |

Golden Genes (2016)

Ursula Hansbauer, Wolfgang Konrad, Clemens Stachel / 89 min / from 16 years
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

The Nature of Cities (2010)

Charles Davis / 39 min
How can we make better cities than ever, better workplaces, better schools... how can we immerse ourselves in nature everyday instead of thinking we have to get in an SUV and drive 50 miles? | as free streaming at our page

Garbage Warrior (2007)

Oliver Hodge / 84 min / from 14 years
A documentary about Earthships. Houses built from tires or other recyclable materials by architect Michael Reynolds. | to purchase on DVD