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Fridays at the Farm

$19.00$100.00

Feeling disconnected from their food, a filmmaker and his family decide to join a local community supported organic farm. As he photographs the growing process, the filmmaker moves from passive observer to active participant in the planting and harvesting of vegetables. Featuring lush time-lapse and macro photography sequences compiled from nearly 20,000 still images, this personal essay is a father

Scarred Lands & Wounded Lives

$89.00$195.00

Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives: The Environmental Footprint of War is a compelling documentary exploring the noticeably under-reported issue of the environmental impacts of war. Confronts the immensely broad ecological ramifications of everything from technological development and natural resource exhaustion to weapons testing and modern warfare itself.

Crude Impact

$95.00

Crude Impact is a powerful and timely story that explores the interconnection between human domination of the planet, and the discovery and use of oil. This documentary film exposes our global, deep-rooted dependency on fossil fuel energy and examines the future implications of peak oil – the point in time when the amount of petroleum available worldwide begins a steady, inexorable decline.

Power Paths

$89.00$195.00

Power Paths is an inspiring documentary about how Native American communities are creating new ways to produce clean power as the Tribes attempt to restore lands devastated from the impacts of coal mining.

River of Renewal

$24.95$129.00

River of Renewal chronicles the long conflict over the 10 million acre Klamath River Basin, which spans the Oregon-California border. Competing demands for water, food, and energy have pitted farmers, American Indians, and commercial fishermen against each other for decades.

Environmental Ethics

$29.95

Environmental Ethics: Examining Your Connection to the Environment and Your Community profiles a diverse group of courageous Goldman Environmental Prize winners who have made it their duty to protect their local environments. Organized around foundational topics in environmental studies, Environmental Ethics examines both the facts and the ethical arguments surrounding resource management practices.

Kilowatt Ours

$95.00

Kilowatt Ours is an inspirational and enlivening film that demonstrates how easy it is to conserve energy that is produced from traditional sources as well as the many ways the average consumer can easily become part of the renewable energy revolution.

Life with Principle: Thoreau

$195.00

Life With Principle: Thoreau’s Voice in our Time is an outstanding DVD presentation developed in cooperation with The Thoreau Society. Mel Hopper’s centerpiece film is a forthright, legible examination of the life and philosophical legacy of Henry David Thoreau, and the modern resonance of his perspective on individuality and personal choice.

BURNING THE FUTURE: Coal in America

$24.95$195.00

Examines the explosive conflict between the coal industry and residents of West Virginia. Confronted by an emerging coal-based US energy policy, local activists watch the nation praise coal without regard to the devastation caused by its extraction.

GARDENS OF DESTINY: a documentary about food security

$75.00$250.00

Has North America taken too many risks with its agriculture? In Gardens of Destiny we meet Dan Jason, an organic gardener on Salt Spring Island, on the Canadian west coast. Jason is the head of the Seed and Plant Sanctuary for Canada, a network of gardeners from around the world working to preserve as much plant diversity as possible. This film explores Dan’s garden and seed world and investigates with several sustainable development specialists such issues as genetic engineering, terminator seeds and the pitfalls of industrial agriculture in North America.

MAMA EARTH: Eco Econ 101

$59.00

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Ecological economists, whose work is making a positive impact on the planet, illustrate their models to ease many environmental problems. Concepts of Sustainability, Ecological Economics, and Natural Capital are defined by their case and we are introduced to concepts us that make these results achievable.
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For the Price of a Cup of Coffee

$19.95$49.95

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What is the cost of convenience? Follow the life cycle of a paper cup and the environmental repercussions of a society reliant on convenience. Filmed in the San Francisco Bay Area with interviews from local activists and experts. This film is full of information that all consumers should know about the products that we use everyday, and the steps we need to make towards a more sustainable world.

DVD: Public Libraries/ K-12 (includes Public Performance Rights) $19.95
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METANOIA: A New Vision of Nature

$16.00$99.00

Metanoia reveals new concepts in Natural Intelligence. The current environmental crisis demands a radical paradigm shift within the collective human psyche. Current scientific orthodoxy regarding the meaning, significance, and purpose of the web of life is thereby challenged. Nature, in its entirety, is seen as a system of self-organizing intelligence, the essential principles of which can guide human culture. This new vision of Nature is accompanied by original upbeat music and eco-friendly footage throughout.

GARBAGE! The Revolution Starts at Home

$39.00$149.00

With his first son just born, filmmaker Andrew Nisker is very concerned with the state of our planet. As the average household level of consumption rises, so does the astronomical amount of waste we collectively create. Are we turning the earth into one giant garbage can? Determined to understand the damage we are doing, Nisker enlists the average urban family, the McDonalds, to keep every scrap of garbage that they produce for three months in their increasingly smelly garage. From organic waste to dirty diapers, from plastic bottles to Christmas wrapping, the McDonald’s discover that for every action there is a reaction that affects them and the entire planet.

DVD: Colleges/Universities, Gov’t, Businesses $149
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DVD: K-12 Schools $89
DVD: Public Libraries (Circulation Only) $39

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Bermuda’s Treasure Island

$21.95$49.95

In Bermuda, David Wingate saved one of the rarest seabirds from extinction, the Bermuda Petrel, or Cahow and at the same time restored the habitat of Nonsuch Island to its pre-colonial native state in order to provide a safe haven for Cahow. This the story of how one man can save a species and how habitat can be restored.

THE GOOD FIGHT: The Martin Litton Story

$89.00$195.00

The Good Fight chronicles the extraordinary efforts of one of the leading conservationists of modern times, who continues to be active today into his 90’s. Martin Litton, known as the “Grand Old Man of the Canyon,” is revered as the man who prevented dams from being built on the Colorado River that would have flooded the Grand Canyon. Now at 93, his latest passion is saving the last of the giant sequoias.

THE RECYCLERGY: 33 minutes of garbage

$20.00$39.95

Pioneers of the San Francisco Bay Area’s recycling movement share their insightful and hilarious thoughts and stories on garbage collection, treasure hunting, Jack Benny, and the products we buy.

DVD: Colleges/Universities   $39.95
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CROWN OF THORNS STARFISH: Monster From the Shallows

$21.95$49.95

The mystery of one of the most efficient eating and breeding machines in nature. This starfish eats only one thing – coral. It has already reached uncontrollable numbers over a large part of the Great Barrier Reef. Also under impact from global warming and coral bleaching, this diverse and delicate reef ecosystem is under extreme pressure.