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Sink or Swim: Learning the Crawl in the Maldives


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Over 350,000 people live 4 feet above sea level in the island republic of Maldives, yet most never learned to swim. National Geographic “ocean hero” Jon Bowermaster organized a learn-to-swim camp there to teach 50 third graders and 20 of their burka-clad mothers how to swim. In a place more threatened by global climate change and rising sea levels than almost anywhere on the planet, it is important that its residents understand what is at risk. Diving into the ocean is a big first step.

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HEAR ME NOW The Bullied Have a Voice


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“Hear Me Now” is a stylish and poignant documentary featuring compelling stories from dozens who have been affected by bullying in schools and continue to be affected, giving viewers a candid look inside the world of bullying and the inspiration to find hope amid the darkness.

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A Kid for the Wild


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A Kid for the Wild is a playlist of 11 ecology music videos created by Judy Lehmberg. The majority of songs are by Walkin Jim Stoltz.

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DVD: Home Video $20

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Little Miss Dewie: a DUCKumentary


Little Miss Dewie: A Duckumentary is a documented story of compassion and humanity caught in action. What started out as a few hours of time to help an orphaned duck led to a journey to find the right home for a helpless animal. Sacrificing the comforts of her home,work schedule, and even facing eviction from her apartment Mira Tweti was able to make a difference in one animals life. This funny, heartwarming, and true inter-species love story that also examines important animal welfare issues.

Universities, Colleges (includes Public Performance Rights) $69

K-12 Schools and Non Profits (includes PPRs) $49
Public Libraries (circulation only) $26.95

Growing Up Green


Growing Up Green profiles a unique statewide, hands-on environmental education program in Michigan, the Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative. For the very first time, both rural and urban schools across the state are working to increase academic performance by involving students in local efforts to improve the environments they inhabit.

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K-12 Schools, Public Libraries & Nonprofits w/PPR: $79
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Illegal Dumping


Did you know that some people dump their trash in the desert?  Follow Joel on this journey throughout the Antelope Valley in California to learn what steps are being taken there to prevent illegal dumping.

Reptile Rescue


Did you know that a reticulated python can grow up to 35 feet in length?  Get a close up look at several species of reptiles on this episode as Joel journeys through a reptile rescue facility.

Recycling Paint


When it comes to paint, do you know what a hockey puck is?  Greene visits Acrylatex to learn how they recycle unused paint and make some amazing new products out of dried up paint.

Extreme Recycling


Did you know that animals can be used in the recycling process?  Check out this episode where we visit an extreme recycling facility to learn why they have animals.

Beach Cleanup


What are the effects of beach tourism? Millions of people visit beaches each year…but some leave trash behind.  Watch this episode of Curiosity Quest to learn how tourism affects beach cities in the U.S. and how we can do our part to keep them clean.

Water Reclamation


Have you ever wondered how water can be recycled?  Greene visits a water reclamation plant where he learns where the water goes after it’s flushed down the toilet and how it can be cleaned, treated and re-used.

Trash Free Challenge


Have you ever wondered how you can help your school recycle more?  Check out this awesome journey for three middle school’s taking on the “trash free challenge.”

DEEP GREEN Animations


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DVD includes animation shorts The Krill is Gone, Trees, and Greengraphics.

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How I Became an Elephant


How I Became an Elephant follows this wide-eyed fourteen year-old from suburban California on her quest to save the world’s largest land mammals; a quest that takes her halfway across the globe and face to face with the gentle giants she aims to save.


Forces of Nature, Volumes 1 & 2


Forces of Nature, Volume 1 & 2, profile the inspirational grassroots work of 24 young people recognized with the nation’s top youth environmental prize – the Brower Youth Awards.

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DVD: K-12 Schools/Public Libraries $69

Hawai’i Eco Stories


Now on DVD and Streaming. Two Hawaiian short eco films from Sheila A. Laffey. Contains IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SEA, and WE ALL NEED THE FOREST.

WALDEN: a short legacy film


Walden combines delicate and brilliant images filmed on location around Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts with readings by poet, John D. Ogden, bringing to life the heart and soul of Thoreau

Cafeteria Man


A candid look at what it takes to reform unhealthy school lunch programs and provide nutritious, tasty meals to our nation

A Simple Question: The Story of STRAW


STRAW (Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed) is a national model for involving students in hands-on, place-based environmental education. The films explores this innovative program that brings together students of all ages, their teachers, community groups and local land-owners to undertake habitat restoration and preserve endangered species.

UNLIMITED: Renewable Energy in the 21st Century


Unlimited, a documentary about renewable energy, highlights a group of passionate 6th graders who call on adults everywhere to take action and address global warming. Their voices are supported with those of global warming and energy experts who discuss upcoming and promising technologies like solar, wind, tidal power and more.