Result: 15 films

Queen Without Land (2018)

Asgeir Helgestad / 70 min / from 6 years / 5.3/6
Against the backdrop of the director's story of his relationship with a polar bear family, we learn about the threat of climate change to the livelihood of the family and the entire ecosystem in which they live. |

The Fourth Revolution: Energy (2010)

Carl-A. Fechner / 83 min / from 12 years / 5.2/6
A world community whose power supply is fed from 100 percent renewable sources - accessible , affordable and clean. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD, to purchase as BluRay

The Empire of Red Gold (2017)

Jean-Baptiste Malet, Xavier Deleu / 54 min / from 16 years / 4.3/6
95% of Italian tomato products come from China. The modest tomato now travels more than 8,000 kilometres from China to Italy, Africa and the USA. Discover the global and crazy demand for cans, tubes and bottles that contain more than just tomatoes.... | on demand on our page, free for members

Sushi - The Global Catch (2011)

Mark Hall / 75 min / from 16 years / 3.6/6
Sushi has gone from exclusive street food in Tokyo to fast food all over the planet - exacerbating many ecological consequences. Do you still eat sushi? | to purchase as BluRay

Wilder Than Wild (2018)

Kevin White / 57 min / from 14 years
Filmmaker Kevin White takes us very close to the devastating California forest fires. Can our forests still be saved? How can fires be prevented and do all fires really have to be extinguished? "Wilder Than Wild" provides answers. |

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. |

Time To Choose (2015)

Charles Ferguson / 97 min
The alternatives and solutions for many of the climate change catalysts have are already out there, we just need to implement them. "Time to Choose" will take you all over the world, accompanied by leading scientists and entrepreneurs who are tackling the issue head on. | on demand on our page

Bye Bye Car (2014)

Martijn Kieft / 49 min / from 16 years
"Bye Bye Car" travels throughout the United States and the Netherlands to investigate the root causes behind the declining interest in cars, and the possibilities for the reinvention of transportation. | as free streaming at our page

William and the Windmill (2013)

Ben Nabors / 88 min / from 14 years
William Kamkwamba, a young Malawian, builds a power-generating windmill from spare parts to rescue him family from famine, transforming his life and catapulting him on to the world stage. |

The Farmer who hears the grass growing (2010)

Bertram Verhaag / 42 min / from 16 years
At the beginning of the 80s, farmer Simml completely switched his farm to organic production, ignoring all the doubts. The film portrays his journey to a productive organic farm. | on demand on our page

Starsuckers (2009)

Chris Atkins / 103 min / from 16 years
Why is fame so sought after? Why are celebrities so worshipped? How is it reflected in society? This film uncovers the reality behind reality media. | to purchase on DVD

The World According to Monsanto (2008)

Marie-Monique Robin / 109 min / from 16 years
90% of soy, rapeseed, corn and cotton, are patented Monsanto products. The practices of the mega-corporation are criticised around the world by of people who have been affected and opponents. | as free streaming at our page, to purchase on DVD

Life in Plastic... (2008)

Bertram Verhaag / 26 min / from 16 years
"Life in Plastic..." examines the countless problems that plastic, which has long been regarded as a miracle material, brings with it, and shows which solutions could be used to minimize the negative effects on the environment. | on demand on our page

Waste = Food (2007)

Rob van Hattum / 50 min / from 16 years
Waste production worldwide is enormous. But the cradle to cradle concept argues that products should be either completely recyclable or biodegradable. | as free streaming at our page

The Next Industrial Revolution (2002)

Shelley Morhaim, Christopher Bedford / 55 min / from 16 years
"The Next Industrial Revolution" tells the story of architect William McDonough's and chemist Michael Braungart's work to resign the industrial material economy to "work with Nature, not against it. | as free streaming at our page