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Steve Marsh, an organic farmer, lost his certification when his neighbour's GM canola blew over his fence. Despit... more
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Good morning Taranto is an intense and passionate journey through an area surrounded by clouds of smog. An intoxicating city at an unsustainable level, with the ai... more
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This documentary contains engaging explanations for designing sustainable systems in the tropics of Asia. How to build a house, what to keep in mind while planting a veggie garden etc. Christian Shearer - well known permaculturalist and teacher - is our guide in the world of permaculture and inspires us to take care of ourselves and each other.

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The advent of renewable energy sources represents an authentic economic and cultural devolution, that can liberate humanity from the limit, which it has faced for decades, of an energy production regime based on fossil fuels, with all the geopolitical, health and economic consequences that accompany it. But the development of renewable energy sources in Italy shows several important anomalies that run the risk of ruining the very same virtuous mechanisms that renewable energy could set i... more

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A gift from the Pacha Mama, the coca leaf has been the subject of significant discussion over the past decades. This discussion has intensified recently, in line with the global debate on decriminalization and legalization of narcotic drugs. We set out to look at this plant from a new perspective, hoping to decry the established link between the sacred leaf and the illegal drug derived from it: cocaine. In doing so, we travel along the nerves of the coca leaf, moving gradually from the traditiona... more

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This documentary has been made in the Peruvian Amazon and it shows the pernicious effect of economic globalization in the Amazon and the inhabitants of the first biodiversity richest region in the Planet. Masato is a drink made with boiled manioc that identifies the indigenous communities, but oil is not a sign of richness, paradox, it is the origin of illness, death, social dysfunction… And the Peruvian Government is opening the doors of the forest to the transnational companies, agains... more

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On a rainy night in May of 2012 a coalition of musicians, scientists and activists gathered in Albany on the governor’s front doorstep, calling for a ban on hydraulic-fracturing. With the news that Governor Andrew Cuomo might lift the moratorium on fracking in New York any day, the event was assembled in less than a month. Two rehearsals in 24 hours and it was showtime! The goal of the varied participants, many of whom had never met before this night, was to explain in clea... more

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Texas-based archaeologists, Meredith Dreiss and David Brown, take the viewer on a 10,000 year-long visual exploration of the symbiotic relationship between agaves and the humans who depended upon them. Told through the lens of anthropological, botanical and ecological investigations, AGAVE IS LIFE, narrated by actor Edward James Olmos, delves into the ceremonial and sacred importance of this multipurpose plant, native to the Americas. From the ancient times to the present, we learn how agaves becam... more

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Anne, Elisabeth and Philippe are electrosensitive. Like thousands of others in their situation, they are affected by waves emitted by cell phones, Wi-Fi, and sometimes even power lines. They live in a society that doesn't recognize their handicap, and their doctor ignores the underlying mechanisms of their condition — so they can only count on themselves to save their skin. By their side, many scientists, and some politicians, keep up the fight. Their goal: to alert the sanitation authoritie... more

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Maasai Voices on Climate Change (and other changes, too) (2011) is a short documentary collaboratively created by a group of young Maasai pastoralists of both genders from th...more
 
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Urban Farmers captures the stories of operating farms in New York City and their relationships to the communities they serve. These unique and significant farms will show th...more
 
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The consumer-based modern-day society of today is facing numerous new challenges on the dawn of the 21st century: intense natural disasters, difficulties in securing ne...more
 
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Written off as a bunch of dreamers before they even started, six friends from Raglan, New Zealand were determined to do something good for their town, no matter what it took...more
 
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The most critical Green emergency of all may also be the most overlooked. Acres upon acres of the earth’s ranchlands and croplands are slowly desertifying and ar...more
 
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In the 1930s, a teenager named Everett Ruess renounced society and set out to live and travel in the wilderness. After a few years of lone treks spanning hundreds of mile...more
 
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  • A Climate of Change reveals how Africa’s people can adapt to the harsh impacts of global warming and significantly contribute to mitigating its effects through innovative, simple systems of farming and sustainable development. These systems are saving lives, increasing prosperity and protecting the continent’s biodiversity. This highl... more
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  • Sinharaja Forest is a tropical rainforest in Sri Lanka designated as a World Heritage Site due to its high-level of biodiversity and virgin forest. This forest consists of 11,000 hectares and about 15,000 people living in the peripheral villages around the forest. These villagers have been using this forest for their daily needs for th... more
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  • When Israeli activist Ofir Drori discovered that no one was fighting to disprove Jane Goodall's dark prophecy that apes in the wild would soon be extinct, he decided that his unique skill set as former army officer, educator, journalist and adventurer qualified him for the job. He founded The Last Great Ape, the first wildlife law enforcement NGO i... more
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