Lively skit parodying popular gameshow "The Price is Right", playing with the idea of future climatic conditions under current climate change scenarios.
Stand-up routine dealing with geopolitics in regards to international climate policy and the major players in climate change. Parallels are drawn to real life throughout.
Climate issues viewed through the lens of the typical CU Boulder party scene. Jokes about polar ice, emissions, and water issues.
Mother Nature appears as an eligible bachelorette in an homage to The Dating Game, featuring potential presidential candidates. Political comedy.
Snowboarders attempt to grapple with the science behind climate change in this short skit.
Guest standup routine featuring Beth Osnes as "Climate Change", a problem just looking for someone to show that they care.
Comedy skit featuring polar bears, riffing off of the Black Lives Matter movement and ASPCA ads.
Humorous stand-up routine touching on college majors, student life, and campus issues, connecting our more personal college lives with the broader issue of climate change.
The gang tackles climate change in this hilarious parody of the show Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
"Climate for 500, Alex". Time for another game show! This time it's celebrity jeopardy, with such notable faces as Hillary Clinton, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Dr. Sylvia Earle face off to determine who knows the most about climate issues.
Jesus has an awkward, but funny exchange about climate change with his dad as our climate change prayers are answered in this religiously-themed skit.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba Interview
Inside the Greenhouse Interns worked very hard to capture the essence of an important mural in Barelas, New Mexico, a suburb of Albuquerque. This story explores artist Nani Chacon and her appreciation for a traditional healer. She gives tribute to this important "local hero," through a mural on the side of her pharmacy.
Artist, Nanibah Chacon, honors a local inspiration in the community by painting a portrait mural on the side of the woman's store. This is the time lapse we documented of the mural as it was painted start to finish in only six days.
Albuquerque artist, Nanibah Chacon, wanted to honor someone in the community who she truly admired. So she painted a portrait mural of Maclovia Sanchez de Zamora, an herbalist and healer, on the side of B. Ruppe Drugstore where Maclovia has worked for over 30 years. Her knowledge of herbs and healing continue to help people in the community when western medicine has failed. What many of us consider useless weeds, Maclovia knows as gifts from a higher power with the ability to heal.