Oil & Water
Francine Strickwerda and Laurel Spellman Smith
Two boys come of age looking for solutions to the global problem of reckless oil drilling following years of oil contamination in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
The Oil Machine
Our economic, historical and emotional entanglement with oil gets ever more complex as we hurtle towards climate catastrophe. Can we break our addiction?
The Old Oak Tree
The diverse world of oaks and their residents.
Old or New?
In Lima, Peru, a new generation of top chefs are cooking with traditional ingredients and supporting traditional livelihoods.
On Nature's Terms
John de Graaf
Coexisting with predators and protecting their habitats.
On the Edge of the Forest
E.F. Schumacher makes a plea for ecological balance as he visits a virgin forest in Australia.
On the Road
RV owners leave their home towns and build their own communities.
On the Way
Rossanna Diaz Costa
Sex education project combats teenage pregnancy in Peru.
The On-going Story
Final episode examines the international community's commitment to linking social and economic development with human rights.
Once a Nomad
In Namibia can Dalton and Lameck build a "Life App" to help the illiterate and isolated Himba people market their goods?
Once Was Water
Las Vegas provides an example to the world of how any city can and must create its own sustainable water solutions.
One Big Home
Trophy homes threaten Martha's Vineyard. When he feels he is complicit in wrecking the place he calls home, one carpenter takes off his tool belt and picks up a camera.
CBC's "The Nature of Things"
Spectacular 4-part series dives into the world's vast interconnected ocean ecosystem--telling the story from its turbulent birth to its threatened future.
The filmmaker comes home to Bethlehem to find the city being strangled by the Wall and ongoing Israeli settlements, and starts a campaign to keep Bethlehem open to the world.
The Opium Convoys
Adrian Cowell with WGBH/Frontline
Lo Hsing-Han, Khun Sa and the beginning of the war on drugs in Burma.
Margie Friedman, Barbara Multer-Wellin
The inspiring story of Me2/Orchestra, the only orchestra in the world created by and for people living with mental illness and those who support them.
Inspirational film that shows a way to bring out the individual talents of five teenagers normally classified as learning disabled.
A video guide to one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies, dealing with revenge and pride.
The Other Side
Poor Mexicans attempt perilous border crossing to US, often at the expense of family, traditional culture, and their lives.
Harper Lee's novel, and the story of a remarkable high school production of the adapted play, are used as a lens to examine race, class, gender, and justice - then and now.
Our Planet Earth
Astronauts share their perspective on the earth
Our Vanishing Forests
The history and policies of the U.S. Forest Service.
Our Vanishing Forests (Short Version)
The history and policies of the U.S. Forest Service
Explores the moral and economic dilemmas that adolescents face in the Ukraine today.
Before she starts a family, Soozie Eastman wants to discover whether it's possible to reduce her body's--and by extension everybody's--toxic burden.
Observes the daily life of a family running an oyster farm in a lake on the SE coast of Australia, as they deal with climate change, pollution, and the fickleness of consumers.