The story of a family who trade in their backyard for this expansive world…
Have you ever felt trapped in a static life you didn’t choose? Ever considered just walking away from it all and creating your own adventure? When Josh and Jessa Works asked themselves these questions, they answered by loading their son Jack into an Airstream and launching into an exploration and rediscovery of America, not in search of a place to settle, but rather creating a new kind of home out of wandering.
Welcome to the wonderful world of the Wonderbag where you save energy, time and money every time you cook!
Wonderbags are insulated, heat-retention cooking bags that enable energy efficient, fuss-free cooking from vegetable curries to simple rice and soups. In this video food writer Katie Bishop shows us how to cook a gourmet meal the Wonderbag way.
Exploring green culture from a fun, quirky angle, with the help of brilliant videos and inspiring stories from creative people and community members around the world, Green Thing focuses on seven things you can do to lead a greener life – and enjoy …
Watch this Top Billing insert that features a green home made entirely from Hemp!
The Hemp House in Noordhoek, is built by Hemporium’s Tony Budden and Duncan Parker. Amidst the all-purpose, entirely eco-friendly material is stylish sleek and modern home that is a healthy, re-cyclable alternative to modern building.
A rural ramble is a nice idea on a Sunday afternoon – a quiet stroll into the country and into a pub. But what about mid-week, mid-work, mid-mayhem? How does the stressed-out city dweller escape and unwind? Our new film, narrated by London to Brighton star Sam Spruell with music by Matthew and the Atlas, follows a city man looking for freedom… who finds it on two feet.
The Story of Bottled Water, releasing March 22, 2010 on storyofbottledwater.org, employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand—how Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap. Over seven minutes, the film explores the bottled water industry’s attacks on tap water and its use of seductive, environmental-themed advertising to cover up the mountains of plastic waste it produces. The film concludes with a call to ‘take back the tap,’ not only by making a personal commitment to avoid bottled water, but by supporting investments in clean, available tap water for all.
At the heart of Freewheeling festival are her people – people who care about sustainability and people who want to share their vision for a better future. This film explores their experience of the festival as they find freedom, joy, community and inspiration together.
Now in its third year, this dynamic, future-thinking festival focuses on the challenges of practical, sustainable living, in the context of friendship and community.
Welcome to our multi-media platform where we explore the global shift to sustainability bringing you inspiring stories of green culture from activism and environmental issues to design and green living.
Imagine a cinema powered only by the energy of the sun that can entertain and educate communities anywhere, everywhere… The Sunshine Cinema is a mobile, solar-powered cinema that fuses storytelling & the power of contemporary …
Do you ever feel frustrated that there are still so few women graduates of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics? Is it really such a wonder when early in a girl’s life, she is inundated with pretty, pink toys – toys that usually don’t encourage her to enter those fields.
Enter GoldieBlox, a toy company out to show the world that girls deserve more choices than dolls and princesses, teaching girls that engineering and science can be fun too— growing their potential to build the future — literally.