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The Bio Da Versity Code

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Join animal symbologist Robert Penguin and the dashing agent Sophie Minnow as they race to expose the greatest lie ever told. Sure it's just a cartoon, but this may be the most important movie you'll see this year. In fact, mankind's very survival may depend upon it! Author & copyright: Free Range Studios
Grocery Store WarsQuick View
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Grocery Store Wars

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This intergalactic parody is set "not long ago in a supermarket not so far away". Starring an all edible cast of Cuke Skywalker, Obi Wan Cannoli, and Chewbrocolli fight DarthTata and The Dark Side of the Farm for control of the supermarket. Author: Tate Hausman, Jonah Sachs and Louis Fox Copyright: Organic Trade Association and Free Range Studios
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Destination Antarctica

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About 30,000 travellers visit Antarctica every year but should we be there at all? Destination Antarctica looks at the wildlife and landscape in one of the most fragile environments on Earth. Author: greentravelguides.tv Copyright: greentravelguides.tv
Global Outlook for DesertsQuick View
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Global Outlook for Deserts

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Desertification is a destructive force, globally, but deserts will play a vital part in a sustainable future. Author: UNEP Copyright: UNEP
Carbon Capture and StorageQuick View
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Carbon Capture and Storage

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Philippe Paelinck, Alstom Director for CO2 Business Development, highlights Alstom's pioneering carbon capture and storage solutions, developed to help tackle the climate change challenge.
Melting iceQuick View
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Melting ice

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UNEP says the world's ice and snow is shrinking due to global warming, but why should that matter? Find out what impact melting ice has on all our lives.
Creeping DesertsQuick View
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Creeping Deserts

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In West Africa, the Sahara desert is growing by thousands of square kilometres a year and the search for water for people and their animals becomes ever more desperate. Author: UNEP and IRIN Copyright: UNEP and IRIN
The Big Picture - public information filmQuick View
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The Big Picture - public information film

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Public information film explaining why water is a precious and valuable resource, exploding some of the myths about how much water we have and how much we’re now using. The film explains some of the simple actions we can all take which can reduce water consumption.
Biogas from WasteQuick View
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Biogas from Waste

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Sky Link Innovators won a 2010 Ashden Award. They are popularising the use of biogas as a viable source of fuel in order to protect Kenya's disappearing forests and for providing rural communities with access to a clean, cheap and safe alternative for cooking. This Award for Avoided Deforestation is supported by the Waterloo Foundation. Copyright: The Ashden Awards
One Planet FutureQuick View
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One Planet Future

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This film was made with drawings and voices from school children, guided by art and drama specialists, and was brought to life by a group of animation and sound experts.
New Designers 2010Quick View
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New Designers 2010

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In search of sustainable design. Exhibitors at the London graduate show talk about their views on green design, and shed some light on their own inventions/products.
My Mate's a PrimateQuick View
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My Mate's a Primate

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Humans are encroaching on more and more of the planet -- consuming, polluting and destroying.
Global food suppliesQuick View
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Global food supplies

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Global food supplies are not equally distributed and food prices are rising. The International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development, IAASTD, argues that these factors pose a major global challenge. Increasingly politicians are looking to scientists and other disciplines for information that will assist them to make better decisions. More information: http://www.unep.org/ Author: UNEP Copyright: UNEP
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France Nuclear Waste Contamination

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Radioactive waste leaks threatens vineyards and farming communities in the Champagne and Normandy regions, while the nuclear industry ignores French laws prohibiting dumping of foreign nuclear waste in France. Author: Michael Nagasaka Copyright: Greenpeace International
Climate Change in Bangladesh: Video ResourcesQuick View
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Climate Change in Bangladesh: Video Resources

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Media resources including testimonials and interviews with children. Keya is already experiencing the effects of climate change on her river island in Bangladesh. During the last flood, Keya's family spent over one month living on a raised platform the size of a double bed, whilst their home was under feet of water.
Connecting the Dots - HurricanesQuick View
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Connecting the Dots - Hurricanes

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Dr. Amanda Staudt looks at the latest scientific research on hurricanes. Author: National Wildlife Federation Copyright: National Wildlife Federation
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Sustainable textile making

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Did you know that 90% of clothing consumed in the UK is imported? It is crucial therefore to develop to improved ecological, ethical and cultural criteria when creating and designing sustainable textiles overseas. This short film gives an insight into how this can be achieved in India.
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Africa Water Resources

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The atlas combines visual time series imagery to visually show how climate change threatens the fresh water resources on the African continent. Using satellite pictures taken over long periods of time, the atlas now shows us changes that we were not able to see just 10 to 20 years ago.
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Polar Bears

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Two polar bears muse about whether humans caused global warming.
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Community Couture

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One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. Self-sufficient communities thrive in a world struggling to cope with the impacts of climate change and resource shortages. Only the rich afford new clothing, and factories that still make clothes from raw materials need protection from armed gangs. Author: Forum for the Future Copyright: Forum for the Future/Levi Strauss and Co.