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SAVING THE LIFE KEEPERS: The New Science of Sustainable Beekeeping

$49.00$250.00

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From the forests of Mexico to the farm lands and cities of North America, learn how successful beekeepers overcome challenges and develop sustainable practices to improve the quality and quantity of honey bee populations.

DVD: Colleges/Universities, Gov’t, Businesses $250
(includes Public Performance Rights)
DVD: K-12 Schools $89
DVD: Public Libraries (Circulation Only) $49
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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.

SCRAPHOUSE: San Francisco

$19.95$139.00
ScrapHouse was a temporary demonstration home, built entirely of salvaged material on Civic Center Plaza adjacent to San Francisco City Hall. Over the course of just six weeks, a team of volunteers scoured Bay Area dumps and scrap yards. A group of architects, landscape architects, lighting specialists, and metal fabricators repurposed the materials, giving them new life. ScrapHouse illustrated the possibilities
DVD: Colleges/Universities, Gov’t, Businesses
(includes Public Performance Rights) $139

DVD: K-12 Schools / Public Libraries/Home Video $19.95

Searching for the Gold Spot

$39.00$149.00

Searching for the Gold Spot: The Wild after Wildfire is a film about the rapid and amazing comeback of the wild in forests after wildfire. The story follows teams of scientists through the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades Mountains and beyond, and shows hundreds of living, breathing reasons why our publicly owned forests need to be saved from large-scale logging projects.

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Colleges/Universities $149
(includes Public Performance Rights)
K-12 Schools $79
Public Libraries $39
(Circulation Only)
Community Screening License $149

SHARKS: Stewards of the Reef

$20.00$69.00

This film examines escalating threats to shark population including habitat destruction of reef ecosystems and over fishing that are causing Pacific reef shark populations to plummet. It examines the most brutal assault threatening shark abundance: that of finning sharks for shark fin soup. Compelling interviews with leading marine biologists and conservationists reveal these driving forces behind the drastic reduction of many shark populations.

SHOW ME THE WAY: How Mentoring Impacts a Young Person’s Life

$20.00$89.00

Show Me the Way was created to raise awareness about the value of MENTORING — in keeping students in high school and ensuring that they go to college. The video shares the stories of five urban high school kids with very diverse needs and backgrounds as they navigate the challenges of home and school life while utilizing the dedication of a Mentor. We watch as these young people attempt to realize their dreams via partnership, education and very hard work. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa also shares his story, and points out the difficulties facing children today all across the U.S.

Sick-Amour

$24.95$130.00

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A beautiful and forlorn tree, stuck in the middle of a giant parking lot. Hit by cars, and starved for water and oxygen. Drawn to the tree and outraged by the indignities that it endures, Joel Tauber devotes himself to improving the tree’s life.

DVD: Colleges/Universities $89
(includes Public Performance Rights)
DVD: Public Libraries /K-12/ or HOME VIDEO $24.95
DIGITAL LICENSING: $130

SLED DOGS TO ST PAUL: The Race for Clean Water

$25.00$69.95

The film follows the dogsled run of former Minnesota State Representative Frank Moe, who mushed his team of 10 sled dogs from Grand Marais, MN to the Capitol in St. Paul in March, carrying with him nearly 13,000 petition signatures opposing sulfide mining.

Solar Power 4 Me

$20.00$70.00

MAKE YOUR OWN FREE POWER FROM THE SUN ! Solar panels are easy to install and have no moving parts. You can even SELL power back to the power company and make money every time the sun is shining. Markus Rothkranz takes you through his creative solar powered home and shows you how to make your own power from the sun, with lots of energy saving tips.

SOUTH CENTRAL FARM: Oasis In A Concrete Desert

$21.95$39.95

Covers the high profile controversy over the South Central Farm in Los Angeles, the largest urban garden in the country. The story includes the benefits of urban farms, celebrity tree sitters, citizen supporters, dramatic evictions of farmers, rarely told developer’s defense and updates on farmers efforts to continue to sustain themselves, physically and spiritually. Celebrity activists include Daryl Hannah, Joan Baez, Julia Butterfly Hill, Martin Sheen, Willie Nelson.

Sun and Man

$49.00$249.00

It is our light, our warmth, our food. Humans rise with it and fear its disappearance. We are so accustomed to its presence that we forgot it was born and will die someday. But how well do we really know the Sun?

DVD: Colleges/Universities $249
(includes Public Performance Rights)
DVD: K-12 Schools $89
DVD: Public Libraries (Circulation Only) $49

Digital File:  $249

Tales of the San Joaquin: A River Restored (2011)

$49.95

The San Joaquin River has been called the hardest working river in America, and at the same time, the most abused. Once the birthplace of hundreds of thousands of salmon, the river had completely dry not just once, but in two separate sections of the original river channel. After a successful twenty-year lawsuit against the federal government by a coalition of fifteen environmental and fishing organizations, the San Joaquin River has been restored.

Terra Antarctica: ReDiscovering the Seventh Continent

$59.00$149.00

This National Geographic-sponsored exploration is a one-of-a-kind look at Antarctica from a unique perspective – sea level. Impacted by climate change – temperatures have warmed along the Peninsula faster than anywhere on the planet during the past 50 years – this part of Antarctica is also experiencing a boom in tourism and nations fighting over who owns what as its ice slowly disappears.

The Burden: Fossil Fuel, The Military and National Security

$89.00$250.00

The Burden is the first film to examine how America’s dependence on fossil fuels poses serious immediate and long-term national security threats – and how the military is taking a leading role in the battle for clean, renewable energy.

DVD: Colleges/Universities   $250
DVD: K-12 Schools, Public Libraries  $89

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The Cost of Oil

$24.95$149.00

The pressure to drill for oil in the Arctic has intensified with the increasing prices of crude oil. But the potential for lower oil prices is at what cost? In this feature-length documentary the Alaskan Inupiat show how oil drilling in their nearby seas will forever alter their subsistence-living lifestyle and multiply the struggles of preserving their rich cultural history. Members of the oil industry and expert scientists also highlight the predicted effects of oil drilling on the delicate Arctic ecosystem, and in turn, the effects on a society dependent on that ecosystem.

The Dangerous Archipelago: Sea Kayaking French Polynesia

$20.00$40.00

Kayaking here provided a daily opportunity for absolute disorientation in an idyllic and wild setting, both challenging and beautiful. We visited both the inhabited and uninhabited, exploring the health of the reefs and the lives of the people who live and depend on these most-remote atolls. From Shark City in the giant lagoon of Rangiroa, to Toau (population 10), to Fakarava where we camped for days on spits of sand. Along the way we dove for pearls, spearfished and cracked open coconuts for milk and meat. We also discovered that a way of life, both culturally and environmentally, is at great risk here in paradise.