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Environment: A Multidisciplinary Research Guide: Audio, Video, Film

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Kanopy Streaming Service provides  access to over 25,000 documentary and feature films on many subjects: arts, business, global studies, health, sciences, environmental sciences, technical training and more.

Examples:


The Green Interview (series)
More than 70 streaming interviews with thinkers, artists and activists "whose ideas and work are leading the way to a new era of sustainability."

 


Symphony of the Soil
Scientists, farmers and ranchers discuss how we can bring back the world's depleted soil back to life from misuse by agriculture, deforestation and development in this beautifully filmed and artistic documentary.
 


Life Off Grid: A Film About Disconnecting
A two-year exploration into the lives of Canadians in every province and territory who have chosen to build their lives around renewable energy. The film addresses a myriad of personal and social issues as well as processes and creativity surrounding "sustainable" architecture, design and engineering

Environmental Audio, Video and Film Links


Don’t Just Sit There - Do Something!
is a series of short, funny, onliine videos that stars Communitopia-based president Joylett Portlock performing a wide range of characters.  Each video discusses a piece of the climate change puzzle, incorporating science, news, humor, and easy actions for viewers to take

 

  • A Community-Powered Learning Library and Alternative News Center For People Who Want To Change The WorldLinks to over 3000 films available online for free. The goal of this resource is "to provide citizens of the world with the information and perspectives essential for creating a more just, sustainable and democratic society." An extensive subject list allows you to focus in on your areas of interest.


     

 

  • Dark Hollow Films
    Founded in 2010; distributes independent educational documentaries which address critical social, political and environmental issues of the 21st century.

     

  • Environmental Sciences   @ Emory Libraries, Atlanta
    Libguide on environmental films at Emory. Collections searchable by subject.

     

 

 


  • Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Network  WEBSITE NOT ACCESSIBLE 10/26/2016
    Non-profit organization "dedicated to improving the quality and effective use of environmental media".



  • HUCE Video Library of the Harvard University Center for the Environment
    Freely accessible videos from the HUCE Lecture Series.



     
  • SIMA Social Impact Media Awards
    A yearly award celebrating social documentary storytelling and global cinema inspiring social change; hosts year-round screening events. Documentaries are streamed from their website for a nominal fee.

 

Questions?

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