re-telling climate change stories

Media

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

A sustainable organic farmer and a money driven business man learn a lot when they swap lives.

Reducing beef consumption and eating locally raised beef can greatly reduce your carbon footprint and improve health.

 

Provides examples on the failed use scare tactics to turn climate change knowledge into action.

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

Find your place is a relatable film that highlights the struggle to find how we can make a positive difference. This short film is realistic and relatable, making it enjoyable to watch.

This film talks to an environmental studies student and an agricultural specialist about what “organic” means. The film reveals the truth about our agriculture system and supports local farming.

Informs how changing climate is affecting local farmers markets and food security.

A mountainbiker rides trails while reflecting on climate change through the words of climate scientists.

 

Students develop a game to help provoke thoughtful conversation surrounding current environmental topics.

Review of devastating fires in Colorado, and the connection to climate change.

Examines CO2 emissions from the viewpoint of touring regional bands.

Thoughtful comparison to illustrate how now matter what road has led to an issue, be it personal or climate, each individual can make a difference with just a little change.

Taking his carbon footprint into consideration, a young man upgrades his old dirt bike for a more environmentally friendly bike.

 

A young professional struggles to convince a company to incorporate climate change and environmental practices into their business plan.

 

Encourages audience to practice solutions to slow down climate change.