Environmental Documentaries

Highlighted Movie
The 11th Hour | 89 minutes
Leonardo Dicaprio narrates a film comprised by experts on global warming as they discuss the dire consequences of Global Warming.
Episode 1 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the history of climate change and the mistakes which were made by the scientific community
Episode 2 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the arguments forwarded by global warming sceptics
Episode 3 of this 3 part series on climate change. It looks at the challenges now faced by scientists from global warming
Darwin's Nightmare | 105 minutes
An edible Nile perch was introduced into Lake Victoria in order to make money. Though this goal was accomplished, something went horribly wrong. This film discusses the complex issues of fisheries and how they interact with local ecology. This film puts the fisheries in context from a social economic standpoint within the struggle of globalization.
Exporting Harm | 23 minutes
Millions upon millions of old computers and electronics are trashed every year. So where are these toxic elements going?
Global Dimming | 47 minutes
What was it that one scientist measured the day after 9/11 2001 that caused him to make dire predictions on climate change? This film introduces the concept of global dimming, which will compound the severity of Global Warming if this scientists theories are correct.
Justicia Now! | 40 minutes
A film that documents the physical and emotional reality of those affected by this toxic contamination of the Chevron Texaco oil dump in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest.
Mad Cowboy | 58 minutes
Biography of a rancher turned vegan.
Panacea or Poison? | 54 minutes
An informative documentary about GE and GMO products, their safety and lack of regulation in the U.S.
The Invisible War | 68 minutes
Did the U.S. government use harmful radioactive military weapons which hurt not only civilians but also its own military in the Gulf War? Listen to reports from both scientists and soldiers after the first Gulf War. This film is especially relevant since the same materials in question are being used in the current war in Iraq.
Once upon a time..... products were made to last. Then, at the beginning of the 1920s, a group of businessmen were struck by the following insight: 'A product that refuses to wear out is a tragedy of business' (1928). Thus Planned Obsolescence was born. Shortly after, the first worldwide cartel was set up expressly to reduce the life span of the incandescent light bulb, a symbol for innovation an
The Oil Factor | 90 minutes
Today, 6.5 billion humans depend entirely on oil for food, energy, plastics & chemicals. Population growth is on a collision course with the inevitable decline in oil production. George Bush's "war on terror" happens where 3/4 of the world's remaining oil and natural gas is located.
“The Slow Poisoning of India” shows how the uses of toxic pesticides have caused widespread congenital abnormalities in the children of Kochinim, Kerala. The film also discusses the effects of the rampant use of fertilizers and pesticides in decimating the ecology of the region and how farmers are moving back to organic farming to ensure sustained development.
Do you know who Monsanto is? If you dont and if you eat, we recommend that you watch this movie as it explores a very real global war in which the weapons are patenting laws and seemingl harmless seeds.

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