Featured Film Ani Wa Sa (We Are One)
Two brothers who come from a line of central African Zande hunters seek to protect their local forest from seemingly opposing avenues: one through family tradition and the other as part of a national park ranger team.
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5,000 Miles of Wild
Combining stunning scenery with insightful commentary on the state of river conservation, this is a powerful call to action for protecting our country’s remaining wild rivers for future generations.
50 Days to Save the African Rhino
Rhino poaching is not a local problem anymore; it is a global issue. Five young people from around the world come to South Africa…
50 Years of Farming: For Love & Vegetables
Organic farmers in Tysons Corner, Va. reflect on a half-century of sustainable and community-focused agriculture. Directed by Aditi Desai. Executive produced by AU’s Center for…
A group of international artists explore the Arctic island chain of Svalbard. Set against dramatic natural backdrops, the artists share their hopes, fears, and insights on encountering an environment undergoing radical change.
A $73 Million Dollar Industry
Pollution from fossil fuel emissions may be killing a $73 million dollar industry. The West coast oyster industry provides more than 3,000 jobs and has a total annual…
A Better Life – Blue Habits Baja
Remote areas of Baja California’s Peninsula are home to some of the last wild coasts on Earth.
A Living River
The Hudson River Valley has been called America's Serengeti, for the abundance of wildlife in what many wrongly consider to be a "dead" river.
A Reindeer’s Journey
Meet Ailo, a newborn reindeer who embarks on an incredible odyssey with the help of his mother. Narrated by Donald Sutherland and set against the frozen majesty of northern Finland, this an uplifting story for the whole family.
A Taste of Sky
Delicately details the journey of two students from Gustu, the groundbreaking cooking school and fine-dining restaurant founded by Noma's Claus Meyer in La Paz, Bolivia
A Voice for the Rivers: The Riverkeepers of Maryland's Eastern Shore
Professional and citizen river keepers monitor and protect the rivers of Maryland's Eastern Shore. The film is a tribute to the beauty of our rivers and to the individuals dedicated to protecting and preserving these living treasures.
A Walk Through The Land of a Thousand Hills
Claver Ntoyinkima, a native park ranger, shares the secrets of Nyungwe National Park in Rwanda as he guides us through the forest.
A Year along the Geostationary Orbit
Himawari 8, Japan's most advanced meteorological satellite, travels 35,786 km above Earth, at more than 11000 km/h. It observes the Eastern Hemisphere day and night. For one year we look through the eyes of the distant observer. From solstice to solstice, from pole to pole, from storm to storm, we watch Earth's beauty and fragility, weather's wonders, forces, and disasters. From space, it all looks miraculous.
Above All Else
One man risks his family and future to stop the tar sands of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from crossing his land.
Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification
The critical but largely unknown problem of ocean acidification poses a fundamental challenge to life in the seas and the health of the entire planet.…
Add One Back
The story of why one vegetarian decides to add aquaculture oysters to his diet. The foundation of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, oyster populations total less…
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 returns to the shores of Louisiana five years after the disaster, interviewing a rich cross-section of local denizens – fishermen, scientists, politicians, environmentalists, and oil-rig workers – to uncover the enduring impact of the catastrophe in a dogged investigation narrated by actress Melissa Leo. Has the Louisiana coastline been tainted forever? Will its economy and its ecosystem ever recover?
The Age of Consequences