When Glaciers Go

The remote Mustang region of Nepal is on the front line of our planet’s changing climate with glacial water shortages forcing the Gurung family and neighbors from their homes. Charting […]

Stray

In Istanbul, stray dogs are an everyday part of the fabric of the community, belonging to no one and everyone at the same time. Among them are the expressive, independent […]

Cambodia Burning

In 2018, fires burned in record numbers throughout the forests of north and central Cambodia. At their peak during the dry season between January and March, it is estimated up […]

They Keep Quiet So We Make Noise

In Jenjarom, a small palm plantation town a few kilometers outside of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the smell of burnt plastic crept across the town every night entering the homes of […]

Oil and Water

Selina Asekon Chumchum always started her day the same way, by chasing the chickens off the roof of her modest hut just outside of Lokichar, Turkana — her ancestral home. […]

Once Upon a Time in Venezuela

Screening Virtually March 19-28. Purchase Tickets Here.   At the edge of Venezuela’s Lake Maracaibo is the small floating village of Congo Mirador. Now sinking into sediment, this once-prosperous fishing […]

Women on a Mission: Poachers to Peacekeepers

Conservation International is highlighting incredible leaders making a difference in their communities. Josphine Ekiru, peacekeeper in Northern Kenya, has risked her life spearheading the battle against ivory poaching and defusing […]

Women Leading Conservation: Kenya

Hear from Conservation International fellows Rebecca Kochulem and Rufo Halake as they explain the critical role that women play in rangeland management in northern Kenya. Through their fellowships, Rebecca and […]

Dawn Chorus

    A global environmental film project consisting of cinematic and meditative scenes of dawn captured on May 3, 2020 — International Dawn Chorus Day — from all over the […]

Church Forests of Ethiopia

Over the past century, farming and the needs of a growing population have replaced nearly all of Ethiopia’s old-growth forests with agricultural fields. The Church Forests of Ethiopia tells the […]