Videos

An intimate portrait of the man behind the slow food movement.
This critically acclaimed film, largely overlooked at the Oscars, is rich with highly relevant environmental symbolism.
This award-nominated film offers an up-close look at the adverse impacts of hydroelectric dams on Inuit livelihoods and Arctic sea ice ecosystems near the Belcher Islands of Canada’s Hudson Bay.
An outdated model guides quebec’s energy production and takes the Romaine River with it.
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