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City on the Water

With 520-miles of waterfront and four-out-of-five boroughs islands, New York City is truly a water city. From Brooklyn’s Newtown Creek to Queens’ Flush Meadow, waterways…

Restoring the Clearwater

For nearly a year the historic sloop, Clearwater, was out of the water, on land, enduring what wooden boats have historically endured forever: Restoration. Onshore…

SoLa

SoLa is a poignant look back at exactly how a gusher in the Louisiana Gulf was allowed to happen as a result of corruption and…

Hudson, The

The clean-up of the Hudson River over the past five decades is one of America’s great environmental success stories. One result is that New York’s…

After the Spill

On Earth Day 2010, the oil rig Deepwater Horizon exploded, flooding the Gulf of Mexico with crude oil and devastating the coastline. Filmmaker Jon Bowermaster…

On the Edge: Antarctica 3D

Though big and remote, seemingly tough and foreboding, Antarctica can be a fragile place too. As the planet continues to change–and warm–Antarctica and its wildlife…

Sink or Swim: Learning the Crawl in the Maldives

The One Ocean Media Foundation helped organize, and film, a unique learn-to-swim project on the remote Maldivian island of Eydafushi. For the first time, forty-eight…

Dear President Obama

All across America, citizens suffer the manifold consequences of hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas, from the health threats of contamination to the false promise…