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In a not too distant future, the once picturesque city of Lucerne (Switzerland) has become uninhabitable due to the climate crisis. Beginning in an abandoned.. Read More

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4DWN

4DWN tells the unconventional and deeply personal story of a South Dallas skatepark whose mission is to change the lives of everyone who walks through.. Read More

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6,000 Miles

In 6,000 Miles you'll meet Kayla Lopez, a multifaceted artist and river activist, alongside Steve Evans, the impassioned Wild Rivers Director at CalWild. This compelling.. Read More

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841

Catching waves and biting boards, Sea Otter 841 has captured the attention of citizens, scientists, and journalists around the world. While she continues to evade.. Read More

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Abundance: The Farmlink Story

During the largest food crisis in a century, a group of college students catalyze a national movement to end hunger in the United States. Within.. Read More

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African Voices for Africa’s Forests- Gender, Indigenous Rights, and Restoration

It’s our responsibility as African climate justice activists to fight for our forests and create awareness around sustainable forest and soil management, restoration, and protection.. Read More

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All Water Touches All Water

All Water Touches All Water follows Canadian-Italian multidisciplinary artist Monica Lacey in her process of underwater          photography, as she shares her.. Read More

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Angel of Alabama

Brenda Hampton was born first of ten to a family in rural Alabama. Her mother taught her to think critically and always fight for justice,.. Read More

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Antarctica: The Intersection of Technology and Climate Action

Abby Barrows (micro-plastic scientist/researcher) and Mike Libecki (Nat Geo explorer) embark on a journey to research climate and micro-plastics in Antarctica. Their team integrates cutting-edge.. Read More

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Apayauq

Apayauq Reitan's journey of gender, mental health, and purpose on her way to become the first out transgender woman to complete the legendary Iditarod sled.. Read More

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Attack & Release

Humans have long relied on nature as a source of comfort, and for fly fisher and chef Ranga Perera, the outdoors have been essential to.. Read More

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Bad Bugs

10-year-old Bryn made a claymation movie about the importance of using "natural solutions for your bug problems" - something she's passionate about. The idea came.. Read More

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A Baffin Vacation

Erik Boomer and Sarah McNair-Landry set off on a bold multi-sport 45 day expedition traveling through the remote landscape of Baffin Island in search of.. Read More

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The Bat Couple

"Bats are cool" is the message from renowned bat biologist, Iroro Tanshi. Bats dominate her life, day and night. She and her biologist husband, Ben.. Read More

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The Bear Coast

Tucked among towering mountains and pristine rivers on the Alaska Peninsula is a unique stretch of habitat: Alaska’s Bear Coast, home to the greatest density.. Read More

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Bear Witness: Subarctic

We see so many images every day. The question is, can an image still make people care? Bear Witness: Subarctic is a 2022 documentary short.. Read More

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The Beautiful Undammed

Ten years after the largest dam removal in history—on the Elwha River, in Washington State—scientists are chronicling an inspiring story of ecological rebirth. Recovering salmon.. Read More

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The Beauty Between

The Great Salt Lake is often overlooked and misunderstood. Through her passion for wildlife photography, Mary Anne Karren unexpectedly fell in love with the lake's.. Read More

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Belle River

2019. Spring flooding in Mississippi hits record highs. In Louisiana, the residents of Pierre-Part are preparing for the worst. Barring an unexpected turn of events,.. Read More

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Between Earth & Sky

Renowned ecologist Nalini Nadkarni studies "what grows back” after a disturbance in the rainforest canopy. After surviving a life-threatening fall from a tree, she must.. Read More

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Big Basin Speaks

On August 16, 2020, a rare, dry lightning storm that produced over 11,000 bolts of lightning, ignited hundreds of fires across California. Some of these.. Read More

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The Big Oyster

New York Harbor was a haven of incredible underwater biodiversity—until centuries of pollution turned it into a cesspool. Today, an alliance of architects, restaurateurs, scientists,.. Read More

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Biopixels

Biopixels explores the world of evolutionary biology on the microscopic scale. Using the latest light microscope technology, butterfly wings become micro-mosaics. Butterflies and moths comprise.. Read More

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The Birdcarver

Eloir, 55 years old, is an artisan who makes replicas of the Lagoa do Peixe National Park's birds and undertakes a quixotic struggle for the.. Read More

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Birds on the Brink

More than 50 species of honeycreepers once filled the forests and mountains of Hawai’i with their songs. Now, only 17 species remain, with some placed.. Read More

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Black Like Plastic—Nature, Culture, and People

Black Like Plastic highlights some of the inequities that exist in the Black community in relation to the environment. Locally produced and created, the story.. Read More

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Black Skimmers, under our wing

A pair of Black Skimmers lay their egg on a barrier island along the Tampa Bay. Three weeks later a fuzzy, sand colored chick emerges.. Read More

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Bleeding Gold

The environmental and humanitarian crime in the territory of the so-called Orinoco Mining Arc is undoubtedly the most devastating ecological crisis in the contemporary history.. Read More

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Blue Room

In two prisons in the Pacific Northwest, incarcerated participants in a mental health experiment watch videos of sunset-soaked beaches, wildflowers, and forests on loop. 'Blue.. Read More

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Bluebird Sky

Bluebird Sky peeks into the lives of Danny and Annaliese in their second year of operation in Boulder County, Colorado. Their story is one example.. Read More

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Brave Girl

Brave Girl is a strong young adventurer, who with the help of her grandpa is beginning her journey of finding out what it takes to.. Read More

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Breaking Trail

Emily Ford sets out with Diggins, a borrowed sled dog, to become the first woman and person of color to thru-hike the 1,200-mile Ice Age.. Read More

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Bridging Fragments

Urbanization and deforestation are fracturing the wildlife corridors that preserve biodiversity in tropical rainforests, putting many species at risk, including the world's slowest mammal -.. Read More

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Bright Toh: Unsung Hero

The film is an intimate portrait of Bright Toh, a young visual artist from Cameroon, who is on a journey to raise awareness about the.. Read More

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Bring The Salmon Home

Bring the Salmon Home captures the emotions, courage, and determination of Klamath River tribal communities as they host a 300+ mile run from ocean to.. Read More

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Café Y Aves

[caption id="attachment_89073" align="alignleft" width="300"] Pasión del Baristas is a cafe and school for baristas in Bogota, Columbia.[/caption] Coffee farms in Colombia exist in some of.. Read More

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California’s Watershed Healing

California's forested ecosystems are facing tremendous threats. Forest managers, researchers, and policymakers contributed to the documentary, which profiles opportunities for restoration and sustainable management of.. Read More

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Chasing the Bono

The Kampar River in Sumatra, Indonesia boasts the world’s longest wave: a cyclical tidal bore known as “Bono Seven Ghosts” that can run over 13.. Read More

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Chicas al Agua (Girls to the Water)

You can count the number of female paddlers in Futaleufú, Chile on one hand... and they want to change that. After many riverside matés and.. Read More

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Coffee for Water

Decades of war and unsustainable agriculture have stripped almost half the trees from the rainforest atop Mozambique’s Mount Gorongosa. The devastation threatens the watershed that.. Read More

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Cool For You

“Cool For You”, an animated film based on the book of the same title, explains global warming to children in a friendly way. Incorporating different.. Read More

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Coral Comeback

Coral reefs around the world are threatened by rising ocean temperatures, but hope is growing off the coast of Hawaii. Watch how researchers at the.. Read More

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Counting Cranes

For the past 20 years, the Crane Trust has conducted aerial surveys of Sandhill Crane roosts to determine the number of birds that pass through.. Read More

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Crossing the Divide

An Iowa farmer reacts swiftly when he hears that radical climate marchers plan to camp in his tiny town and disrupt the peace. What he.. Read More

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Curupira

'Curupira' is a docu-animation about a powerful Amazonian goddess told through the voices of the Borari people from the heart of the forest in Pará,.. Read More

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Danny Macaskill: Do a Wheelie

In the summer of 2021 Danny MacAskill put out a call to action to his 3.5 million social media fans asking them to #WheelieWithDanny. Riders.. Read More

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Dante’s Paradise

Dante Aguilar sees the rapid degradation of the planet and applies his skills in environmental conservation and butterfly rearing to make a positive impact in.. Read More

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Dear President Biden

While campaigning for the Presidency, Joe Biden promised that climate change would be part and parcel of everything his Administration did. The film visits front.. Read More

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Deep Rising

Directed by Matthieu Rytz (Anote’s Art, Sundance 2018), this exquisite fly-on-the-wall environmental doc is also a gripping and up-to-the-minute tale of geopolitical, scientific, and corporate.. Read More

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Diverse We Run

A daughter of immigrant parents, Carolyn Su, gained confidence through running. But she noticed runners like her were rarely represented. She asked herself, why? To.. Read More

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The Dukha

In the remote taiga of northern Mongolia live the Dukha, one of the last groups of nomadic reindeer herders in the world. Tuvshuu is five.. Read More

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Eco-Hack!

Biologist Tim Shields has watched Mojave desert tortoise populations plummet since the 1990s. The latest threat? Ballooning raven populations, from increased human activity. Tired of.. Read More

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Elevated

In an effort to make the outdoor and rock climbing industry more inclusive, Deaf climber Sonya Wilson shares her testimony in overcoming barriers and gaining.. Read More

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Endangered Migration: A Monarch Butterfly Story

The annual monarch butterfly migration to Mexico is at risk, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has listed monarchs as an endangered.. Read More

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Eyes Up: A Mural for the Tenderloin

Eyes Up: A Mural for the Tenderloin follows a group of artists as they paint a 6 story mural in the heart of the Tenderloin.. Read More

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A Farm Goes Wild

For years, Derek Gow worked his 400-acres in western England as a conventional sheep and cattle farm. But as both a farmer and conservationist, he.. Read More

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Feeling the Apocalypse

From the disappearing wildlife in his hometown Owen Sound to the news stories about the melting of Greenland, psychotherapist Anderson Todd explains how unravelling ecosystems.. Read More

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Fight or Flight

Fight or Flight chronicles the journey of the first female pilot employed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. She shares her story of how she overcame.. Read More

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Finding the Line

From slicing through rapids in a whitewater kayak to carving into a plate while printmaking, Alexandra “Chachi” Riesco draws lines between geologic forces and her.. Read More

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Flowing – My Dream of More Freedom

The river itself speaks about its dream of flowing wilder and freer again. Dams, weirs and other obstacles disrupt the natural functioning of rivers and.. Read More

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Forests Above & Forests Below

Take a deep dive into California’s unique and irreplaceable underwater kelp forests that have experienced catastrophic loss in the past decade. This piece was written.. Read More

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Forward

While navigating a myriad of life challenges, Anjelica turned to the outdoors to improve her mental health only to discover a noticeable lack of other.. Read More

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Free to Run

UN human rights attorney, mountain runner and NGO founder, Stephanie Case, was training hard during the summer of 2021 to take on the hardest ultra.. Read More

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From My Window

From her bedroom window, Melissa Simpson looks out at the highest peaks in Colorado. Despite being so close, the mountains have always been worlds away.. Read More

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The Future of Healthcare is Farm Fresh

The Future of Healthcare is Farm Fresh! Working with Chapa De Indian Health, Sierra Harvest is finding new ways to deliver nutrition education. Featuring Food.. Read More

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Game Hawker

Shawn Hayes leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work. As an American.. Read More

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Gardener to Guardian

Amid collapsing biodiversity worldwide, Mary Reynolds of Ireland is building a movement to turn gardeners into guardians of the planet by each returning their own.. Read More

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Giant Sequoias – Yosemite Nature Notes

Giant sequoia trees are impressive for their great size, old age, and stoic resilience, but this resilience is being tested by bugs, drought, and catastrophic.. Read More

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Green the City

As pastor of the New Northside Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, the Reverend Rodrick Burton champions many causes -- including renewable energy. Meanwhile, St... Read More

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Groundwork: A Family Journey into Regenerative Cotton

Follow as the Kahle family breaks the cycle of generational health issues by revolutionizing their farming practices. Driven by a deep commitment to their family.. Read More

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Hasta La Última Gota

Hasta la Última Gota follows the fight of those working to change a national charter that has privatized Chile’s vast natural water supply. Following an.. Read More

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Healing Hiłsyaqƛis

Hiłsyaqƛis (Tranquil Creek) is located within the traditional territory of the ƛaʔuukʷiʔatḥ (Tla‐o‐qui‐aht) First Nation approximately 20 km east of Tofino, in Clayoquot Sound, British.. Read More

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Healing in the Open

Thirty miles outside Philadelphia, a small horse farm is offering something unique to the community: Horses that just get to be horses, and serve unwittingly.. Read More

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HEALY

Scientists embark on a 55-day mission on icebreaker ship USCGC Healy to study why the Arctic ice cap is melting dramatically faster than previously understood,.. Read More

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High Plains Wild

This film shows the lingering wild found in western Nebraska–caught on camera by two local conservation photographers. Also, a look into the natural history of.. Read More

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High Road

High Road celebrates the unbreakable bond between Paralympian Meg Fisher and Jack Berry, a young para-athlete who's cycling career is just beginning to unfold. Together,.. Read More

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I Am Salmon

Connecting humanity with salmon and the sea through the subtle art of poetry and Gyotaku (fish rubbing), Duncan Berry shares his experience as a longtime.. Read More

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I AM THE NATURE

I AM THE NATURE is a poetic documentary honoring the philosophy and cultural expression of the Achuar people from the Amazon rainforest in Ecuador. Narrated.. Read More

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Inseparable: Skye

For time immemorial, climbing has been a traditional activity for Kanaka Maoli. While history shows Native Hawaiians climbed over mountains and scrambled rocks to trade.. Read More

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The Invention of Less

In 2031, due to global warming a young polar bear has to leave her home and moves to Zurich. Together with the other animals who.. Read More

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INWARD

This is a film about Atlanta based artist Michi Meko whose life is expressed in multiple layers of mystical meaning. It’s a film experience about.. Read More

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Iridescent

When it comes to the discovery and documentation of birds, Tim Laman is one of the best in the world. As he entered the final.. Read More

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Jaguar del Cielo

Jaguar Del Cielo follows field tech Felix Tafoya’s journey to better understand and conserve Mexico’s apex predator in the El Cielo Biosphere Reserve in Tamaulipas,.. Read More

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JoJo – A Toad Musical

"JOJO" celebrates a creative and musical portrait of JoJo Nyaribo, a young nature lover and wildlife advocate as he explores the meaning of biodiversity and.. Read More

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A Journey Upstream

The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the country, and Maryland’s crowned jewel. From striped bass in the main stem of the Bay, to.. Read More

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Kayak

On a peaceful summer day, a dad takes his baby son on a kayak day trip. Between the challenges of a first river outing and.. Read More

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KELP!

Under the looming shadow of ecological breakdown, a young filmmaker goes in search of a surprising super-solution that can help build a better future for.. Read More

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Kind of Fishy

A unique fishtale - made with driftwood. Dive in with the fun, fast - and furious - fish! There's life in everything - if you.. Read More

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Kohunlich: Guided by Nature

Explore Kohunlich with our guide, Dany, as he shares his lifelong curiosity of the natural world, while working to preserve the legacy of this unique.. Read More

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Kumari: A Father’s Dream

Jagat Lama's promise to his dying father; to bring medical care to their home of Kumari. Led by Jagat, the team begins developing a self-sustaining.. Read More

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Kumu Niu

The island of O'ahu is covered with coconut palms, but for fear of liability the vast majority of these sacred trees have been stripped of.. Read More

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The Last of the Nightingales

In the late 1960’s Bernie Krause was a prolific composer & a foley artist who pioneered synthesizers and worked with industry giants such as Francis.. Read More

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The Last Ski Maker in Scotland

The uncertain future of skiing in Scotland has inspired Jamie Kunka to make sustainable skis out of wood. Based in his cabin in the Scottish.. Read More

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Light Beams For Helena

Helena Bourdillon has pushed her limits in the freediving world, using a single breath to dive to seemingly impossible depths. But her path to discovering.. Read More

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Lights Out

"Lights Out" uncovers the issue of why Chicago is the most deadly city for migratory birds. Chicago's location, building design, and light pollution all contribute.. Read More

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Like a River

Artist and climber Jeremy Collins has had a long and loving relationship with the desert canyons of the American southwest. In this short film, he.. Read More

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The Lone Wolverine of the Wallowas

A husband and wife research team follow in the footsteps of a renowned wolverine expert in the Wallowa Mountains of Eastern Oregon in hopes of.. Read More

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The Long Rider

When Filipe Leite leaves his adoptive home of Canada, the aspiring journalist sets out on an epic quest to ride from Calgary to his family's.. Read More

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Losing Blue

What does it mean to lose a colour? Losing Blue is a cinematic poem that delves into the impending loss of some of the most.. Read More

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Lost on Purpose

A gravel exploration of the Lost Sierra (Sierra and Plumas counties) region of Northern California highlighting current recreation opportunities and local businesses in advance of.. Read More

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The Lost Salmon

'The Lost Salmon' chronicles the plight and potential recovery of the iconic Spring-run Chinook Salmon of the Pacific Northwest. Faced with extinction in many river.. Read More

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Love

After a miscarriage and a historic ascent of the famous sport climb Dreamcatcher, Paige Claassen follows her own path as a professional athlete training through.. Read More

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Mel Fell

One day, when Mama bird is away, Mel decides it is time to learn to fly. She has been in the nest long enough. Despite.. Read More

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Miles to Go

In 2022 alone there have been over 300 anti LGBTQ+ bills proposed in various states across the country. Refusing to sit idly by, trans trail.. Read More

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Modern Goose

Able to navigate by reading the Earth’s magnetic field, fiercely loyal to flock and family, at home on land, air and water, geese straddle the.. Read More

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Monumental Divide

Ever since the establishment of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the town of the Escalante, UT has been divided between locals and everyone else. When.. Read More

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Motus Avium: A Mission to Save California’s Last Wetlands

California’s wetlands have all but disappeared. But not all hope is lost. A coalition of scientists, farmers, conservationists and public agencies have come together to.. Read More

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Mount St. Helens: A Fire Within

' Mt. St. Helens: A Fire Within' is a captivating documentary that explores the profound impact of the 1980 eruption on the landscape and human.. Read More

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The Mud on Their Hands

Everything changed after Katrina. Many fled the destruction but Rev. Tyronne Edwards of Phoenix, LA, led the effort to rebuild the town his family has.. Read More

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MUSSEL GRUBBING: A Citizen Science Treasure Hunt

Following a citizen scientist's journey of discovery, the film explores the treasure hunt for finding freshwater mussels in the upper Sangamon River. Everyday people in.. Read More

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Mussel Memory

Dams have completely altered the species makeup, flows, and habitat of many of our most important river systems. In Alabama, home to some of the.. Read More

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My Neighbour is a Bear

A rare Marsican bear family wanders down from the Italian Apennines to the charming village of Villalago, in search of food in the local orchards... Read More

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Nanoscapes

Making the invisible, visible! Images of butterfly wings at the microscopic scale are stunning, and at the nanoscopic scale they become otherworldly. Shot at two.. Read More

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Near The River

In the tourism town of Livingstone, Zambia, a group of local men who make their living portering kayaks aspire to become safety kayakers on the.. Read More

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Ni Wapiten (I see)

Ni Wapiten is a plea to better respect Mother Earth. In this poetic film, we follow a child's journey through the woods to his community's.. Read More

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No Other Lake

Motivated by a desire to better understand his home watershed, Jordan Rowell embarks on a two week kayaking trip along the 120-mile length of Lake.. Read More

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On, In & Under the Sava

Armed with a raft, snorkels and flippers, four friends drift down Slovenia’s Sava River with one mission: find the elusive finned-monsters that dwell in the.. Read More

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The Other Side of the River

Homelessness along the Santa Ana River has drastically increased over the past decade near Riverside, California, causing frustration among community members and health concerns for.. Read More

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Our 100 Year Floods

Through the voices of community members in Birmingham and Gadsden, this visual exploration captures the struggles of families and homeowners impacted by decades of flooding... Read More

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OUTLIER: Trust

Trust is the foundation of our backcountry relationships: with ourselves, each other, and even the land, these are the spaces that define us. Yet in.. Read More

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Paatuwaqatsi Water is Life

“Paatuwaqatsi/Water is Life” is a short film about the Hopi people’s ancient relationship with the Grand Canyon and Little Colorado River. Featuring the voices of.. Read More

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Packing a Wave

A young shipwreck arrives unconscious to an apparently paradisiacal desert island. After waking up she explores theisland and discovers that it is a landfill. More.. Read More

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Paddle Tribal Waters

When the largest dam removal project in history begins, a group of indigenous youth learn to whitewater kayak in hopes of becoming the first people.. Read More

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PLACE – People, Lamprey, and Cultural Ecology

Follow Cayuse Tribal Member, Gabe Sheoships, into an ancient cultural practice, and discover the connections between migratory fish, urban forests, and community stewardship... and the.. Read More

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Plastic Pandemic

This short PSA created by our fall Huliau Environmental Filmmaking Club students outlines ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has been contributing to plastic pollution.. Read More

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Plastic Problem PSA

Plastic Problem PSA portrays a singular message towards global plastic pollution communicated through a comedic lens to open the conversation about this dire topic in.. Read More

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Pond

A shoal of herrings, adopting fantastic formations, roams the vast ocean. When seagulls suddenly attack, one small herring finds itself stranded in a tidal pool... Read More

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Pripyat Horse

Pripyat Horse is a tribute to my friend, Marianne Kuopanportti Fennell, who died far too young. It is a splinter from a project we had.. Read More

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The Prospector

The Prospector is a quietly captivating lyrical journey following National Gold-panning Champion, Ernie Lazlo. We follow Ernie as he shares this wealth of geological, historical.. Read More

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Puffling

On a remote Icelandic island, teenagers Birta and Selma rescue pufflings (young puffins) from imminent danger; as pufflings leave their nests for the first time,.. Read More

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Punchline

Eeland Stribling is many things: fly fisherman, wildlife biologist, Colorado native - but most notably, he is an avid stand-up comedian. Born and raised in.. Read More

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The Quest to Save Parasites

You may have seen a "Save the Whales" t-shirt, but what about "Save the Parasites"? Most people are familiar with parasites as a scourge to.. Read More

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Range Rider

As wolves repopulate Washington State, conflict is heating up with rural, ranching communities. As a range rider, Daniel Curry is dedicated to reducing predation, by.. Read More

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Rangers of the Ulaan Taiga

Rangers are the Swiss army knives of the Mongolian National Parks, protecting nearly seventy million acres of wild landscape, cultural and historic heirlooms, and endangered.. Read More

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Reclaim Your Water: Natasha Smith

Natasha didn’t grow up believing that “Black people don’t do that,” was going to be a limiting factor in her life. Not only does she.. Read More

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Reclaim Your Water: Natasha Smith

Natasha didn’t grow up believing that “Black people don’t do that,” was going to be a limiting factor in her life. Not only does she.. Read More

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Renaissance

A ballet dancer finds her true expression through rediscovering her passion for movement in the mountains. More Information: mikemckayfilm.ca

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A Renewable Future

With more and more renewable energy projects on the horizon, it is critical that hunters and anglers get involved and use their knowledge of the.. Read More

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Return of the Manatees

Crystal River has long been a safe haven for the Florida manatee, but when an invasive algae wiped out the eelgrass that manatees need for.. Read More

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Returning England’s Forgotten Frog

As scientists were discovering a surprising detail about an often-overlooked frog, the last local population of the species was winking out of existence. This is.. Read More

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Rewilding Rio

There’s a park in the center of Rio de Janeiro that’s five times the size of New York’s Central Park, but it boasts only one.. Read More

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Rhapsody for a Rock Wren

Set in the wilds of Aotearoa New Zealand, Rhapsody for a Rock Wren is a filmmaker's personal exploration of human-nature connection through her relationship with.. Read More

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Riparia

In the summer of 2019, ten young Indigenous and non-Indigenous women set out on a five-day, science-focused canoe journey in the Poisson Blanc Resérvoir in.. Read More

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Ripples

Ripples is a short film about finding community in the uplands, and the profound difference one person can make, just by putting positivity into the.. Read More

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The Rock Pool Waltz

The Rock Pool Waltz centres around a boys affinity with nature which helps to ease his worries and loneliness during the COVID lockdown. This leads.. Read More

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Romeo November

The Colorado River, lifeblood of the American Southwest, provides water to 40 million people, wildlife, major cities, economies, and agriculture, is experiencing unprecedented conditions. Through.. Read More

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Sagebrush Gold

A lithium mine being built in Nevada's remote sagebrush desert promises us a greener future, but local ranchers, environmentalists, and indigenous tribes share a different.. Read More

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Salted Earth

"Salted Earth" plunges us into an invisible crisis that's transforming the Mid-Atlantic – the inexorable rise of sea levels. This hard-hitting, tenderly woven documentary paints.. Read More

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The Scale of Hope

THE SCALE OF HOPE follows former Obama White House Climate Advisor, Molly Kawahata, as she prepares for a climb in the Alaska Range while struggling.. Read More

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Scaling Up: Hawai‘i’s Food Future

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Hawai‘i farmers, entrepreneurs, elected officials and other stakeholders share their vision for growing the state's agricultural sector with the aim of.. Read More

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School of Fish

Indigenous people and salmon have been intertwined for thousands of years in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Today, kids learn from elders to fish but must also.. Read More

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Seabird Sanctuary

All around the world, seabirds provide a critical link between land and sea. On Hawai’i, ecologists are working to protect two vital shearwater species that.. Read More

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The Serpent’s Lair

In the face of extreme habitat loss, wildlife biologist Dr. Chris Jenkins puts an ambitious plan in motion to save two uniquely American reptiles, the.. Read More

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Siddhartha

Visually informed by the stark, impressive landscape of the Norwegian Lofoten region, this film looks at two individuals, a young man and a young woman,.. Read More

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Silent Skies – The First Electric Plane Flyover

Silent Skies follows three Pennsylvania college students' historic feat: piloting the first manned electric airplane stadium flyover. Stunning fans with a whisper-quiet show, this event.. Read More

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Skyward

Young birdwatchers, Mya and Arjun, feel the pressure of climate change and the biodiversity crisis greatly. Although they feel isolated and judged by others, they.. Read More

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Sol in the Garden

After 16 years of incarceration, Sol is released from prison, when she discovers that her freedom can be as challenging as living behind bars. Through.. Read More

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Song of the Hermit

The hermit thrush's song has been a magical part of a visit to Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Researcher Allison R.P. Nelson and collaborators are.. Read More

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Soundscape

Soundscape features Erik Weihenmayer, a global adventure athlete and author who is fully blind, as he ascends a massive alpine rock face deep in the.. Read More

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Space to Live

A journey of discovery that builds toward the ultimate conclusion of what is the driving force behind habitat loss and all environmental destruction. I travel.. Read More

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Spear, Spatula, Submarine

With an avaricious appetite, rapid reproduction rates, and no native predators, the lionfish invasion is one of the ocean's greatest eco-disasters. But a community of.. Read More

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Stewart Udall: The Politics of Beauty

STEWART UDALL: THE POLITICS OF BEAUTY is a visually-powerful film biography of America's most effective Interior Secretary. From 1961-1969, Udall added more units to the.. Read More

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STORMY

“Maybe the very best part is missing?”, master Haida carver, Stormy, muses in this short zen-like piece about making a canoe by hand on an.. Read More

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The Studio

On a small Minnesota stream, an eight-year-old boy made a slight cast up and into the current. From the bank, his father watched with patience….. Read More

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Study Aboard

Every April, 60 college kids from around the country attend Living Lands and Waters’ unique “Alternative Spring Break” program – trading happy hours and beach.. Read More

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Suzie (&Jenny)

Suzie (& Jenny) is an 8min proof of concept dark comedy with a core theme of sustainability centered around Suzie, a 60 year-old hardcore environmental.. Read More

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sym•bee•o•sis

In sym-bee-o-sis, scientists discover that the alliance between bees and plants depends on an unexpected third partner: microbes! But the chemicals we use in agriculture.. Read More

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Tad’s Emerging World – Glen Canyon Exposed

Glen Canyon is a hidden treasure of the Southwest and is now emerging. This epic landscape is under a failing reservoir called Lake Powell from.. Read More

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Tails On Ice

This heart-warming story set in the coldest of climates follows Ellesmere, a fit and instantly loveable Canadian Inuit yearling sled dog as she sets off.. Read More

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Tales of Jan Mayen

A team sails to the remote Arctic island of Jan Mayen to recreate the 1921 British expedition to summit the world’s northernmost volcano, Mount Beerenberg... Read More

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This is Fracking

The Patagonia region of Argentina is known for its stunning landscapes and famous wines. But it harbors a dark secret. Home to the world's fourth.. Read More

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Timber Rattlesnakes of Catoctin Mountain Park

William H. Martin has spent over 60 years hiking the Appalachian Mountains to research and conserve timber rattlesnake populations. Join him on a hike as.. Read More

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To Be Rich

In To Be Rich, journalist Erika Bolstad inherits mineral rights and then sets out for North Dakota to confront the legacy of extractive industries on.. Read More

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To Heal a Forest: The fight for salmon parks

First Nations tribes managed forests on Vancouver and Nootka islands, in what is now British Columbia, for thousands of years. The evidence is visible on.. Read More

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Together We Grow

Together We Grow is a documentary telling the story of Common Unity, in Aotearoa New Zealand. Introducing a thriving hub helping to build resilience into.. Read More

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Toxic Art

On a mission to clean up Ohio's leaking, abandoned coal mines, Ohio University Art Professor John Sabrah teamed up with an engineer to develop a.. Read More

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Tracing History

Tracing History follows a Chinese American filmmaker and her mother as they contemplate loss, legacy, and the stories that get left out of history while.. Read More

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Transmission

This is a story from the front lines of conservation. Disturbingly similar to the on-going human pandemic, this is a film about hard choices, sacrifices,.. Read More

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TRASHED

Landfills are an out-of-sight, out-of-mind part of everyday life in America, but in Alabama, they have long been a case for noxious odors, air and.. Read More

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Traverse

Six dancers and a choreographer journey across Southern Utah. From barren lakes to alpine meadows, pink sands and redrock rivers, Traverse explores the beauty of.. Read More

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The Tundra

Canada has the second-most wilderness on the planet. We grew up in between the city and backcountry influenced by what we love – downtowns, outdoor.. Read More

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Turtle Trackers

In the battle to save leatherback sea turtles, knowledge is key. Learn how Florida Atlantic University is using miniaturized satellite tags to reveal the mysteries.. Read More

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Uncharted Waters

What is it like to be surrounded by gang activity then suddenly experience an overnight adventure on the river? In fall or 2021, we got.. Read More

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Up and At ‘Em

Take a tour of a bustling ecosystem of animal friends as the sun rises on another busy day in Up and At ‘Em. Featuring music.. Read More

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Valley of the Turkeys

In the documentary "Valley of the Turkeys," filmmaker Sean Grasso takes a pandemic-inspired detour from commercial film work to explore a remote California valley. Initially.. Read More

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Van Versus Vikas (Forest Versus Progress)

"A fish cannot live without water. We cannot live without this forest." Indigenous forest defender, Prakash Bhoir. Van Versus Vikas (Forest Versus Progress) interrogates India's.. Read More

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Vanishing Oasis

The Great Salt Lake provides for 10 million migratory birds every year, but if the lake continues to shrink, starving birds will line its shores.. Read More

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Vertical Meadows

As urban expansion quickly replaces natural habitats, façade engineer Alistair Law has discovered a new way to restore native ecosystems for pollinators and create natural.. Read More

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Voices From the Water

River heroes are at the forefront of solving the pollution and waste issues faced by our planet’s waterways. "Voices of Water," tells the stories of.. Read More

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La Voz del Mar: Hope for Hawksbill Turtles

Hawksbill turtles are critically endangered globally, and for many years it was believed they had disappeared from El Salvador. Today, grassroots conservation is delivering renewed.. Read More

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Wading For Change

For conservationist and angler Jr Rodriguez to become “like the pictures he saw in magazines,” he had to leave behind what he loved the most... Read More

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Washed Ashore

Since 2019, 1 and 4 whales have died, and scientists have more guesses as to why than answers. Determined to find a cause this team.. Read More

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What’s in a Name?

Brazilian immigrant and professional climber Maiza Lima confronts the history of racism and misogyny in American culture while developing her own new sport climbing area.. Read More

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When it Comes From the Earth

Canticuénticos, the Argentine music band always choose very important topics for children and families, sometimes not easy ones but always with lots of sensibility. This.. Read More

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When They’re Gone

WHEN THEY’RE GONE is a documentary short examining humanity’s fragile dependence on nature. Despite our best efforts to control and shape our surroundings, we learn.. Read More

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With the Tide

Set in the remote village of Yakutat, Alaska, “With the Tide'' follows the youth of the Tlingit tribe as they further explore their relationship to.. Read More

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Wood Hood

Wood Hood features DeVaughn, a 15-year-old kid from New York City who loves skateboarding and craves a "quiet place" to escape the chaos of his.. Read More

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Woodpecker Wars

One of the most inspiring conservation stories in American history is playing out on, of all places, a live-fire training ground at Ft.Bragg Army base.. Read More

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Wrought

With timelapse videography of rotting in action, Wrought creates an intimate, immersive world where decay can be beautiful, tender and even surprisingly human. More Information:.. Read More

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Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area

Flooding season marks a special period of time in the Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area. Discover a slice of its natural history and wildlife by taking.. Read More

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You Are Not Small

Lucy Hawking, award winning children's book author, and daughter of scientist Stephen Hawking, makes science accessible and engaging through her numerous books. Her latest book.. Read More

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Yuba is the Heart

Forty years ago, the South Yuba River Citizens League began caring for the South Yuba River by advocating for dam removal and gaining Wild and.. Read More

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