Plastic Pollution: “We’ve Lost the Battle on the Beaches”

After four years of leading volunteer beach cleans in the west of Wales, Alan Cookson is quitting because of the insurmountable plastic problem around Britain’s coastlines. The Guardian joins him as he leads his last beach clean to find out why…

Half-Lives: The Chernobyl Workers Now

Maisie Crow’s original short film introduces us to the city of Slavutych and its residents—survivors of the Chernobyl disaster and the workers still dismantling the plant.

Climate Change: The Facts

Sir David Attenborough and the BBC take a straight look at Global Warming after one of hottest years on record. (Source: BBC)

Behind the Scenes: Making ‘UNDER AN ARCTIC SKY’

A film project documenting the journey to the most remote corner of Iceland in the middle of winter in search of perfect surf amidst the Northern Lights. A few days in, the worst storm in twenty five years blows through…


Mike DeMunn is a prominent forester and conservationist who has managed thousands of acres of forest across the Eastern US. Mike is of French-English and Seneca-Onondaga Iroquois heritage and is a person who has walked the edge between two worlds,…
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