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“This is going to go to a landfill. This is going to a hole in the earth.”
A forlorn plastic bag (voiced by Werner Herzog) struggles with its immortality.
In the near future, climate change has radically altered the real estate market.
An architect takes his eco-construction to Indonesia to house those displaced by the tsunami.
"When you hunt an animal, you must become an animal."
A journalist investigates the kidnap, torture, and murder of civilians by Indonesia's military.
A powerful story about the bond between humans and pets, against the backdrop of Hurricane Katrina.
"All of the dogs and cats you see here are the family member that hasn’t been found yet."
"That dog meant so much to us until it’s ridiculous."
"After Bealice died, it was Bandit and me in this big house."
“We have no choice, because water is life.”
Filmmaker Denise Zmekhal checks in on the progress of a high-tech plan to save the rainforest.
When the crops dry up and the neighbors move away, rural schools struggle to stay open.
A photographer returns to the Amazon to find the rainforest decimated and tribes fighting back.
Young Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans East mobilized to help their community after Katrina
On Wilson Creek, neighbors grapple with a tough choice: saving land or livelihood?
While community opposition to the mine grows, friends still argue over what's best.
Beverly May worries that no one will speak up to mining interests at a public hearing.
While voices opposed to the mining prevail, Terry Ratliff describes the victory as bittersweet.
Step into a virtual mining town in Second Life.
Vik Muniz creates portraits of people using materials from the places where they live and work.
Love blooms amidst genetically modified veggies for lonely agricultural engineer Dekard.
It's another 120-degree December day in New York as Bato races against the sun to save his family.
A young environmental refugee forms an unexpected friendship with an Inuk ice artist.
A group of archaeologists venture into a toxic wasteland determined to unearth a lost civilization.
Two sisters displaced by global warming retreat into an imagined, fairytale land.
Catador Tiao in a pose reminiscent of David's painting "The Death of Marat."
Suelem has worked as a garbage picker since she was 7 years old.
For Valeria, art making has been a bittersweet experience.
Japan's fascination with insects could help us re-imagine our relationship to nature.
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