Result: 25 films

10 Billion (2015)

10 Billion: What's on your plate? Fascinating documentary from the director of "Taste the Waste" about food, agriculture and how to feed an ever growing population. | to purchase on DVD

Seed Warriors (2010)

By 2050, the temperatures will have risen by about 2 degrees, causing a 30% drop in food production in some regions. Meanwhile, the demand for food will have doubled... How will we feed ourselves? | to purchase on DVD

Dirty Gold War (2015)

On one side of the coin, the dazzling luxury industry. On the other, the toxic living conditions of people who suffer from the curse of gold. |

Population Boom (2013)

From the director of Plastic Planet, "Population Boom" delves right into the issue of population growth. It may take only 61 years for the world's population to double. |

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

2040 (2019)

"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 Last Green Thread (2019)

Accompanying the three protagonists on their journey through the Everglades Headwaters, a Wildlife corridor in Florida, the short film impressively documents the threat posed to this narrow stretch of wilderness bordered by motorways and settlements. | as free streaming at our page

takayna (2018)

In Tasmania, environmentalists are fighting to preserve one of the world's largest areas of original Gondwana rainforest. Not an easy undertaking, as the mighty old trees are of great interest to the logging industry. |

Scenes from a Dry City (2018)

This captivating documentary takes the viewer on a journey to a city on the brink of disaster. During an unprecedented drought Cape Town finds itself at the mercy of nature and with every dry day social tensions increase. | as free streaming at our page

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 Rise of Vertical Farming (2017)

Right now our food chain is tied to water wastage, erosion, scandal and the long distance transportation of food. Can agriculture be brought back into the city? Vertical farming might be the solution for the looming food security crisis. | as free streaming at our page

Prosperity (2017)

Dr. Pedram Shojai travels across the Americas, interviewing CEOs and farmers in search of more sustainable ways to live and thrive. |

Spaceship Earth (2016)

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

You`ll be soon be here (2016)

A case-study project discussing a topic of great actuality and urgency in todays touristic cities and shining a light on pros and cons of tourism in Lisbon. | as free streaming at our page

Sea of Life (2016)

"Sea of Life" leads audiences through the beautiful world of coral reefs into the heart of the environmental movement, meeting passionate scientists, activists and explorers, who reveal an opportunity to rise up in the face of this challenge, to become the heroes the world needs. | on demand on our page

Oceans: The Mystery of the Missing Plastic (2016)

If only 1% of plastic in the ocean is visible to us, do we really have any idea of the scale of the problem? Plastic has entered the food chain and now we will live with the consequences. |

Sense & Sustainability (2015)

The film takes a look at our constantly growing society. Leading expert show us our problems and make first proposals to solve them. | as free streaming at our page

Those Who Sow (2014)

The film takes a look at family farms around the world. It shows different approaches towards land use, distribution technics and market mechanisms. | as free streaming at our page

Project Wild Thing (2013)

Get kids outdoor. Reconnecting with nature. That is David Bond's vision. Less television and playing videogames. Playing outdoor and enjoy nature with your kids. |

Mother (2011)

The film breaks a 40-year taboo and brings light to a topic that drives our most incriminating environmentally destructive crisis: exponential population growth. | on demand on our page