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The Breakthrough in Renewable Energy

Posted by Thiago at May 22, 2016, 4:54 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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The Breakthrough in Renewable Energy, a new documentary produced by the acclaimed VPRO Backlight series, takes us inside the corporate offices and production lines where this groundbreaking work is being done, and examines what it could mean for the future of energy consumption on Earth.

What main factor will ultimately determine the widespread acceptance and use of solar and wind energy? In a word: cost. Once upon a time, investments in these alternative energy sources were considered an extremely risky proposition. After all, the cost to the consumers was many times that of energy powered by natural gas and other traditional fossil fuels. However, as argued by the film's impressive panel of expert industrialists and other energy entrepreneurs, new and... read more

Lucent

Posted by Courtney2 at April 26, 2015, 8:41 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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Pigs are extremely intelligent animals. Much like humans, they have their own personalities, quirks, likes and dislikes. Pigs pick up tricks faster than dogs and can even learn to respond to their names when called. Pigs are also very social animals and they communicate with each other constantly through a series of sounds. Despite popular opinion, if given the choice pigs will go to the bathroom far from where they eat and live.

Pigs also have very powerful maternal instincts. Some studies show that they make sounds similar to singing to their young.

This documentary was filmed over a two-year period with footage from over 50 piggeries and slaughterhouses across the Australia. The film depicts what has sadly become standard industry practice for pigs that are bred for food.

At the pig farm a sow is confined to a cell that is so small that she can only stand, sit, or take a step forward or backward. There is not enough space for her to turn around. There the sow remains for up to six weeks at a time after being forcefully impregnated two to three times every year. This situation causes the number of ... read more

End: Civ Resist or Die

Posted by amauri at September 23, 2014, 8:04 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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END: CIV examines our culture’s addiction to systematic violence and environmental exploitation, and probes the resulting epidemic of poisoned landscapes and shell-shocked nations.

Based in part on Endgame, the best-selling book by Derrick Jensen, END: CIV asks: If your homeland was invaded by aliens who cut down the forests, poisoned the water and air, and contaminated the food supply, would you resist?

Backed by Jensen’s narrative, the film calls on us to act as if we truly love this land. The film trips along at a brisk pace, using music, archival footage, motion graphics, animation, slapstick and... read more

Damocracy

Posted by jurgen at August 3, 2014, 8:11 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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Damocracy is a short documentary that exposes the myth of dams as ‘green’ energy through two examples from Amazonia and Mesopotamia. Filmmaker Todd Southgate travels from the deepest corners of the vast Amazon rainforest in Brazil to the mountains and plains of fertile upper Mesopotamia in south east Turkey. He meets academics, lawyers, campaigners and local communities whose livelihood is threatened by two monster dam projects—Belo Monte in Brazil and Ilisu in Turkey.

The documentary shows the potential disasters these dams would cause on cultural heritage, wildlife and local communities who rely on the rich natural resources provided by the Tigris and Xingu rivers.... read more

Worlds Weirdest Weather

Posted by sandoval at May 30, 2014, 8:34 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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Alex explores more remarkable weather events, including a flash flood in New Zealand that washes a dozen eels into a suburban street, and discovers how spiders, powered by static electricity from a thunderstorm, can seemingly fly.

In Brazil, a huge swarm of spiders raining through the sky is caught on camera. In Argentina, a strange wave submerges a whole town, only for it to re-emerge as an eerie ghost town 30 years later.

The programme also investigates the science behind a barrel-shaped sideways cloud that helps hang-gliders fly for hours on end, whirlpools at sea, a building that can set your car on fire, and... read more

Earth Under Water

Posted by Artavan at May 4, 2014, 4:35 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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A disaster waiting to happen in Earth Under Water Imagine sea levels rising to over 70 metres... Eminent climatologists think another Great Flood is inevitab...A disaster waiting to happen in Earth Under Water Imagine sea levels rising to over 70 metres... Eminent climatologists think another Great Flood is inevitable if current CO2 emissions continue. Based on research by NASA astro-biologist and paleontologist Professor Peter Ward and a group of respected American climatologists, Earth Under Water is an eye-opening documentary uses scientific evidence past and present, archive footage, location photography and CGI to explore the terrifying consequences should the atmosphere's CO2 levels treble over the next 100 to 300 years, as predicted. Step by step, it paints a chilling picture of the world as the sea levels rise from between one and 70 metres, unravelling the science behind this cataclysm, revealing when it could strike and... read more

17 Days In Community: A Manifestation of Love

Posted by vico at April 17, 2014, 9:13 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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O.U.R. Ecovillage is a sustainable educational center and a presentation ground situated in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Their activities are rooted in Permaculture standards and give educational opportunities for natural architecture, sustainable food production and leadership. Situated on an amazing 25 acres near Shawnigan Lake, Ecovillage began working in 1999 with a dream to create an exemplar sustainable village community based on social, ecological, and economic well being.

The land movement is having its time once again. A few hundred thousand elderly ex-hippies or maybe enduring hippies who net rural back in the 1970's have now been joined by a younger generation, many of whom have abandoned the cities in the past few years as economic conditions have worsened. Some were forced out because of debt, others because of ... read more

Uranium: Is It a Country?

Posted by Azul at April 9, 2014, 8:33 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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In Europe nuclear energy is more and more often celebrated as saving the climate. Clearly, nuclear power plants need uranium.

The aim is to comprehensively illustrate the opportunities and risks posed by nuclear energy, whilst paying particular attention to uranium mining.

Australia has the world’s largest deposits of this resource. We will travel to the "land down under" to exemplify where uranium comes from, where it goes to and what is leftover from it.

There is plutonium (used mostly together with uranium) and thorium. And by now there is just one thorium nuclear reactor in India. (what concerns nuclear fusion, deuterium and tritium could be use, but this is just hypothetical).

By now the most used combustible for the nuclear energy production is uranium and the world has many problems and risks because of this. This film is about uranium and... read more

OVERPOPULATED - BBC Documentary

Posted by Orwell at April 5, 2014, 8:38 am in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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Ground breaking BBC Documentary discussing overpopulation on the planet we call earth.... read more

PLASTICIZED

Posted by timon at April 3, 2014, 8:36 pm in Movies » Documentary - Environment

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Plasticized is an intimate account of a first-hand journey aboard the Sea Dragon with the 5 Gyres Institute on the very first scientific expedition, focused on plastic waste, through the center of the South Atlantic Ocean.

An eye-opening story about the institute's global mission to study the effects, reality, and scale of plastic pollution around the world.

Despite rumors of massive garbage islands, an immeasurable amount of plastic pollution of all sizes is floating throughout every major ocean in the world.

With the numerous ghost nets of trash or larger windrows of rubbish dominating the the occasional headlines, tiny bits of plastic particulate from frail chunks is the overwhelming contaminant that is secretly infiltrating all levels of sea life like a ... read more

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