Result: 12 films

Tomorrow (2015)

Meet the pioneers who are re-inventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education. Find out what it could be like in tomorrow's world… | to purchase on DVD

Von Bananenbäumen träumen (2016)

The inhabitants of a small village stand together against the impending demise and decide to earn money for the village - with liquid manure, African catfish and: Banana trees! |

Normal Is Over (2019)

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

Dirt Rich (2018)

Earth dwellers, scientists, agronomists, smallholders and activists show how they can help the natural and indispensable structures of an ecosystem to get back on their feet. Will we acknowledge that our choice is matter because everything on this planet is connected? | on demand on our page

The Biggest Little Farm (2018)

Captivating story of a filmmaker and a chef embarking on a new adventure. They build up a farm from scratch and have to face the challenges from mother nature. |

Wasted! (2017)

"Wasted! The Story of Food Waste" illustrates the catastrophic scale of global food waste. But more importantly, the film explains how each and everyone of us can help solve the problem. |

The Light Bulb Conspiracy (2010)

Be it light bulbs, computers or mobile phones, the customer is not encouraged to repair a defective appliance, but to dispose of it and buy a new one. | as free streaming at our page

Life in Plastic... (2008)

"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

The Story of Stuff (2007)

With more than 15 million views, "The Story of Stuff" is one of the most watched environmental clips of all time. | as free streaming at our page, for free public screenings

Waste = Food (2007)

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)

"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