INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories


Sheds light on the ability to use hydroelectric power and solar to replace coal burning for energy.

Children fingerpaint and provide commentary on what they dream the future will look like. 

A comedic take of the very serious issue of drought consequences to farmers.

Demonstrate how impacts of climate change can inspire action through storytelling.


A couple of recreational skiers are faced with the tough reality of increasing global temperatures.

An experiment designed to test if Pavlovian theory can be applied to changing an individual’s environmental behavior.


Green and Save demonstrates how to cut your emissions and reduce your carbon footprint by sharing rides with coworkers.

This film investigates the impact that extreme weather has had on community members after flooding.


Parody song and music video about the Mountain Pine Beetles.

A game show tests players knowledge on subject matter related to climate change.

Citizens of the fictional land of Phalange fight off evil CO2 monsters by implementing an hour for Earth, inspired by “Earth Hour.”

Draws comparison between humans and nature’s largest living organism, the Aspen grove.

A stop motion film in which a triceratops communicates the climate change story to engage a young audience.

Recounts the devastating affects of Boulder, Colorado’s 100-year flood from the perspective of a few select displaced animals.

Explores the increasing distance created between humans and nature, and the necessity for humanity to reconnect with the natural world.

Demonstrates the disconnect between the energy we use each day and knowing the environmental cost.