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A time-lapse film Celeritas explores our relationship to nature and the modern world.
Isle de Jean Charles is a tiny island in the bayous of Southern Louisiana. Here we meet residents who are dealing with coastal erosion and storms and learning how to survive.
An Alaskan Yukon Delta fisherman teaches his grandchildren how to keep up cultural traditions.
A native New Yorker, Sandor abandoned a life in politics in the early '90's after a health crisis. He relocated to an off-the-grid queer community in rural Tennessee, where his love of gardening and an overabundant cabbage harvest led him to make his first batch of sauerkraut.
At This Table explores the poetry of Raphael Block and his love for the living earth.
Brad Lancaster shows how even in the driest desert cities there is untapped potential in rainwater.
Paseka initiates and introduces new technologies and services into WHC, while ensuring that product and business development are well coordinated.
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).
Sanga Moses has a vision: to provide clean, inexpensive, cooking energy to all Africans while improving socioeconomic outcomes and reversing deforestation.
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.
Kumano is a region in Japan where Shugendo, the Way of ascetic training and testing in holy mountains, has been practised for over a thousand years.
A sanitation revolution will propel Africa to the forefront of human waste reuse and eradicate disease.
The Gamo Highlands of Africa's Rift Valley has been virtually untouched, both biologically and culturally for 10,000 years. What lessons in sustainable farming, worldview and nature can the indigenous people of this region offer us in the developed world?
We’ve heard about the bees, but what about the beekeepers?
A reflection upon the state of the world and ourselves that asks what would it look like to reach our highest potential?