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What will it take to make us act on climate change?
A meditation on surfing, the ocean, and the land that is our home.
If we really want to change the world, we have to move beyond voting with our dollars and come together to demand rules that work.
Voices of students and teachers are woven together to tell the story of this effective farm education program.
Brad Lancaster shows how even in the driest desert cities there is untapped potential in rainwater.
For the women of Kinkala in the Republic of the Congo, sustainable farming is about more than growing organic vegetables.
Aquaphytex is a pioneer company and a global leader in biotechnological production. They offer a natural alternative to conventional wastewater treatments and do so without the use of any chemicals or energy (instead, they use plants).
A sanitation revolution will propel Africa to the forefront of human waste reuse and eradicate disease.
The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues.
Thought leader and mindful activist, Waylon Lewis is the founder of the global yoga community’s, most respected magazine, Elephant Journal.
In this episode of The Good Stuff, Annie learns how Cole rallied other kids at his school to join him in challenging KFC.
Moving towards a clean energy economy that is kid and climate friendly.
Two young people saw something amiss in how their communities related to Stuff and decided to do something about it.
There is so much more to Peru than Machu Picchu. From the heart of Lima to deep in the Sacred Valley, 'Rhythms of Peru' takes you not only to Peru's most iconic, but also far off the tourist trail for a chance to experience a more intimate view of this beautiful country.
Real Balinese healers continue to use the ancient knowledge of their ancestors to treat people without expecting anything in return.
Finnish freediver Johanna Nordblad holds the world record for a 50-meter dive under ice.
With no firm plans, I was able to freely roam, discovering new places and meeting new people. One of these people was Mathieu Le Lay, a French adventurer and filmmaker, and someone who’s work I’ve followed on Vimeo for quite a while.
We traveled three weeks through the northern Himalayas of India, from Himachal Pradesh to Kashmir.
Director, documentary filmmaker and photographer, Sebastien Zanella creates provocative films and images that explore freedom of expression and the human condition in his environemment.
A Few Questions for Jayashri Wyatt - Creative Director and Special Event Manager for World Humanitarian Day at United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
For a business like ours, we believe that success is simply one part of a big huge equation for a happy planet. And we want to help in every way we can.