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Occupy Sandy

Occupy Sandy

The author of Gasland and The Sky is Pink made one little documentary concerned with the people affected by the Hurricane Sandy. Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to distribute resources and volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy....

7.33

Fracking in America

Fracking in America

Energy independence. Two words that became very important in the U.S. politics. For years now, the United States has tried to lower its dependence on foreign oil for its energy needs. With stability in the Middle East in question, drilling at home has...

8.50

The Battle for the Arctic

The Battle for the Arctic

The Arctic holds thirteen percent of the world's undiscovered oil and thirty percent of its untapped natural gas, which is trillions of dollars of potential profit. And that means, here in the far north, issues of sovereignty, security, environment, and trade are intersecting...

6.95

The Stories!

The Stories!

If you liked The Story of Stuff, you'll sure like this excellent series of insightful videos. Cap and Trade. Host Annie Leonard introduces the energy traders and Wall Street financiers and reveals the "devils in the details" in current cap and trade proposals:...

7.93

The Boy Who Cried Warming

The Boy Who Cried Warming

This feature length documentary approaches the subject of Climate Change from a more scientific point of view than previous films on the subject. The film evaluates on many of the common held misconceptions associated with Global Warming, offers a scientific overview of Carbon...

4.74

At the Edge of the World

At the Edge of the World

At the Edge of the World chronicles the controversial Sea Shepherd Antarctic Campaign against a Japanese whaling fleet. The international volunteer crew, under-trained and under-equipped, develop a combination of bizarre and brilliant tactics with which to stop the whalers. But first they must...

9.02

Garbage Island

Garbage Island

Vice sails to the North Pacific Gyre, collecting point for all of the ocean's flotsam and home of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: a mythical, Texas-sized island made entirely of our trash. As long as it's existed, the middle of the Gyre has...

6.33

Can the Gulf Survive?

Can the Gulf Survive?

With startling imagery and intimate accounts, Can the Gulf Survive? chronicles the activities of a number of individuals taking part in the first response whose work and expertise is especially critical in stopping the spill at the well head and cleaning up its...

6.86

All Things Are Connected

All Things Are Connected

While our ethical traditions know how to deal with homicide and even genocide these traditions collapse entirely when confronted with ecocide and biocide. Today we live in an ethically confusing and contradictory world, a world in which sentiment and brutality exist side by...

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