Engage with climate-related content from different perspectives through presentations, films, and series, that are free to stream online.
The disarming case to act right now on climate change
Greta Thunberg explains why, in August 2018, she walked out of school and organized a strike to raise awareness of global warming, protesting outside the Swedish parliament and grabbing the world’s attention.
Climate change will displace millions. Here’s how we prepare.
Colette Pichon Battle urges us to radically restructure the economic and social systems that are driving climate migration and shares how we can cultivate collective resilience, better prepare before disaster strikes, and advance human rights for all.
Why lakes and rivers should have the same rights as humans
Kelsey Leonard shows why granting lakes and rivers legal “personhood” – giving them the same legal rights as humans – is the first step to protecting our bodies of water and fundamentally transforming how we value this vital resource.
The story of the indigenous Gitanyow people and their struggle to protect their traditional lands and “food table” in the face of climate change, industrialization and colonization in Northern British Columbia.
Director Alanis Obomsawin captures the historic confrontation between protestors, the Quebec police, and the Canadian army over a proposed golf course to be built on Kanien’kéhaka (Mohawk) lands in Oka, Quebec.
Examine the assumption of cultural superiority behind education aid projects, which overtly aim to help children “escape” to a “better life” – despite mounting evidence of the environmental, social, and mental health costs of our own modern consumer lifestyles.
Journalists Lisa Hornak and Erin Stone travel to Mousuni Island to see what life is like for the island’s remaining inhabitants and hear from those who fear they will become the next wave of climate refugees, as well as some who already have.
Denesuline Ashton Janvier raises awareness about uranium mining exploration in Patterson Lake on the territory of the Clearwater River Dene Nation to encourage viewers to consider how this mining exploration destroys natural resources, harms wild life, and ruins the land.