Result: 39 films

Revolution (2012)

Rob Stewart / 85 min / from 16 years / 5.3/6
Rob Stewart undertakes a documentary challenge and discovers that not only sharks, but all life on Earth is threatened by the changing seas. | on demand on our page, to purchase on DVD

The Messenger (2015)

Su Rynard / 87 min / from 12 years / 5/6
In ancient times, people watched birds' flights to predict the future. Their sensitive nature shows us today which parts of the ecosystems are out of balance and how everything is connected with everything. Great pictures, extensive research. |

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. |

How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change (2016)

Josh Fox / 127 min / from 16 years / 4.6/6
Oscar Nominated director Josh Fox (“Gasland”) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change: What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away? |

Recipes for Disaster (2008)

John Webster / 85 min / from 12 years / 4.1/6
The Webster family is on a oil diet: a funny, entertaining and instructive film on the carbon dioxide intensive habits in everyday life. | to purchase on DVD

Planet of the Humans (2020)

Jeff Gibbs / 100 min / from 16 years
Michael Moore presents Jeff Gibb's "Planet of the Humans" - tendentious, full of false information and inciting. Not recommended by us. | as free streaming at our page

Ice on Fire (2019)

Leila Conners / 98 min / from 16 years
Leonardo DiCaprio's latest film "Ice on Fire" shows solutions for reversing climate change rather than slowing it down. |

Normal Is Over (2019)

Renée Scheltema / 113 min / from 16 years
The environmental and societal problems we are facing today are of systemic nature. "Normal Is Over" examines how those problems have arisen, how we need to change our way of thinking and how we can create a more sustainable way of life. | on demand on our page

Fools & Dreamers (2019)

Jordan Osmond, Antoinette Wilson / 29 min / from 12 years
This documentary shows us nature's incredible ability to regenerate if we just leave it to itself. Hugh Wilson's enthusiasm for nature and his work is infectious. | as free streaming at our page

Welcome to Gwichyaa Zhee (2019)

Greg Balkin, Len Necefer / 13 min / from 12 years
This film takes us to Alaska, where the Gwich'in people have to fight, to protect their values, lands and caribous from the oil/gas industry. | as free streaming at our page

2040 (2019)

Damon Gameau / 92 min / from 14 years
"2040" is a film that does not stop at presenting the problems, but concentrates on possible solutions to the challenges of our time, and thus succeeds in conveying hope that the world will be a better place to live in 2040. |

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. |

Paris To Pittsburgh (2018)

Sidney Beaumont, Michael Bonfiglio / 76 min / from 16 years
"Paris to Pittsburgh" shows the efforts of local American communities taking a stand against climate change. Whilst their president withdraws from the Paris agreement they take the future into their own hands. | as free streaming at our page

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

Zwischen Kohle und Klima (2018)

Johanna Jaurich / 29 min / from 12 years
What does the future look like without coal in Germany? The film presents three people, three perspectives, three answers to the same question. It thus creates sympathy and conveys the belief in the possibility of constructive dialogue. |

Living the Change (2018)

Jordan Osmond, Antoinette Wilson / 85 min / from 14 years
Living the Change explores solutions to the global crises we face today through the inspiring stories of people pioneering change in their own lives and in their communities in order to live in a sustainable and regenerative way. | on demand on our page

Climate Warriors (2017)

Carl-A. Fechner / 86 min / from 16 years
As a passionate fighter for climate transition, Carl-A. Fechner is connecting people from diverse backgrounds on both sides of the Atlantic. Be inspired by a documentary on activism and energy transition. |

Guardians of the Earth (2017)

Filip Antoni Malinowski / 86 min / from 18 years
At the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, 20.000 worldwide negotiators from 195 nations met to agree to save our planet. |

Spaceship Earth (2016)

Kevin McMahon / 122 min / from 16 years
The film takes a look at several ways of living sustainable in a world faced with the challenges of global warming. | on demand on our page

The Age of Consequences (2016)

Jared P. Scott / 80 min
"The Age of Consequences" unpacks how water and food shortages, drought, extreme weather, and sea-level rise function as "accelerants of instability" and "catalysts for conflict" in volatile regions of the world. | on demand on our page