Environmental films

Interesting and informative films about a wide range of environmental and related issues. All free and easy to watch over the Internet. Destruction of the Amazon and Borneo rainforests, melting glaciers, unprecedented wildfires, species extinction, global warming, human population growth and plastics in the ocean are just some of the problems the planet faces. Environmental films help to raise awareness of these issues and provide an insight into the courageous efforts of organisations and individuals trying to protect our precious planet.

“Human destiny is bound to remain a gamble, because at some unpredictable time and in some unforeseeable manner nature will strike back.” – Rene Dubos, Mirage of Health, 1959

Sustainable event production

Drèsd provides the broadcast industry with a viable, cost effective alternative to set waste being sent to landfill or waste to energy. Working directly with the major film, television and production companies they collect waste from sets, then depending on what permission is granted, do a number of different things with what they salvage.

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Green TV

Green TV is the broadband TV channel for environmental films. green.tv is the first website to bring together films from a whole range of environmental organisations and independent filmmakers and make them available to anyone anywhere. www.green.tv

Environmental films

EcoTUBE’s mission is to build a community of like minded people. More than just a video sharing website, it’s a one stop video portal allowing viewers to make up their own minds about the issues facing our civilization today. www.eco-tube.com

Explore Films

explore films feature a wide range of topics—from animal rights, health and human services, and poverty to the environment, education, and spirituality. Delivered in short, digestible bites, explore films appeal to viewers of all ages, from children learning about other cultures for the first time to adults looking for a fresh perspective on the world around them. www.explore.org

Environmental films

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