VOD | New Releases

What is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?

Well first, let’s talk about what it’s not. It’s not a floating island of trash, like a garbage dump or a landfill. It’s also not the only patch.

Mumbai and 12,000 tons of plastic

Volunteers have removed an astonishing 12 million kilograms (nearly 12000 tons) of plastic from a short stretch of a Mumbai beach.

PIETA Peru - Ethical Fashion from Peru's Biggest Prison

Peru Inmates Exchange Life of Crime fro Sewing Designs

50 WAYS TO HELP THE PLANET

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

50 WAYS TO HELP THE PLANET

Have a Vegetarian Day

Find out why and how easy it is.

Reduce Food Waste

We hear a lot about how much food we eat, in developed countries, but we hear less about how much food we don’t eat.

Energy efficient lightbulbs

Energy efficient lightbulbs are a very simple way to reduce the amount of power you use. Not only will this help the planet, it will also help your bank balance too.

Shop Ethically!

Shopping Ethically is favoring ethical products, be they fair trade, organic or cruelty free. It is important, as it directly supports progressive companies, and reduces pollution.

TRASH TALK - For Our Oceans. (English)

Trash Talk - Special Feature for World Ocean Day

Ocean Today premiered this 15-minute TRASH TALK special feature for World Ocean Day in 2016. It is specially designed to be part of any World Ocean Day festivities and beyond. In addition to the video, we have a pre-recorded 10-minute webinar for educators that provides fun activities that you can organize after the film! A perfect event for museums, zoos, aquariums, learning centers and schools.

What is Marine Debris?

Have you ever been to the beach and noticed litter, like plastic bottles or foam take-out containers on the sand? Or maybe you’ve been to a river or bay where there’s a car tire or bags stuck in the mud on the shore?

Where Does Marine Debris Come From?

Marine debris comes from many different sources and enters the ocean in many ways.

Impacts of Marine Debris

How does marine debris impact the ocean, animals, and me?

What is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?

Well first, let’s talk about what it’s not. It’s not a floating island of trash, like a garbage dump or a landfill. It’s also not the only patch.

What can we do about marine debris?

There are solutions, and together, we can prevent litter from ending up in the ocean.

Why is Plastic Marine Debris so Common?

Why is plastic marine debris so common? We know there's a lot of trash in the ocean. Unfortunately, a lot of it is plastic. We find plastic everywhere from the ocean's floor to surface. The plastics are all shapes and sizes and all different types.

TRASH TALK - Para Nuestros Oceanos. (Espanol)

Hablando de Basura, Reportaje Especial

Amamos el océano. Y cuando amas algo, quieres protegerlo. Desafortunadamente, al océano se le ha estado llenando de basura. Y personas alrededor del mundo que les importa la salud del océano están haciendo algo al respecto.

¿Qué son los desechos marinos?

¿Alguna vez has estado en la playa y encontrado basura, como botellas de plástico o contenedores desechables de unicel en la arena?

¿De dónde provienen los desechos marinos?

Los desechos marinos provienen de varias fuentes diferentes y entran al océano de muchas maneras.

¿Cómo los desechos marinos afectan al océano, a los animales y a mí?

¿Quisieras nadar en una playa llena de basura? Claro que no. Y los animales que viven en el océano tampoco, la diferencia es que ellos no tienen opción.

¿Por qué los desechos marinos plásticos son tan comunes?

Sabemos que hay mucha basura en el océano. Desafortunadamente, la mayoría es plástico.

¿Qué es el Gran Parche de Basura del Pacífico?

Bueno primero, hablemos de lo que no es. No es una isla flotante de basura, como un basurero o relleno sanitario. Tampoco es el único parche. Existen varios alrededor del mundo, lo que sucede es que el Parche de Basura del Pacífico es el más famos

¿Qué podemos hacer para evitar los desechos marinos?

Mucha de la basura que hay en nuestros océanos es plástico, y estos desechos marinos están lastimando a nuestro medio ambiente, economía y salud.

ECO LODGES | ECO TRAVEL

The Alaska Wildland Way

Travel to one of the most beautiful places on earth. One of the last wild places.

OCEAN CONSERVANCY

Mission Blue in Malpelo Island

Malpelo Expedition 2019 Mini Documentary. Spanish and English. Malpelo is a small island in the East Pacific Ocean, located about 500 km west of the Colombian mainland.

IGNYTE YOUR IMPACT

IGNYTE YOUR IMPACT - Nayked Botanicals

Brigitte Perreault interviews Vasiliki Karlin

ETHICAL FASHION

Welcome to MODA.DOC América Latina – your community about ethical fashion.

Follow MODA.DOC América Latina and watch fascinating content about the people who are transforming the fashion industry. Be part of the movement!

The importance of the Peruvian embroideries tradition.

MODA.DOC América Latina met Genaro Quispe Ayama, who is an embroiderer of the community in Huaylluta, province of Canas in the Cusco region of Peru. He explains the importance of valuing his work and sharing his knowledge with his family. Genaro is part of a group of artisans that collaborate with the Peruvian brand Las Polleras de Agus whose founder Griela Perez got inspired to launch her ethical brand by producing an embroidered skirt for her daughter Agus (Instagram: @laspollerasdeagus)

PIETA Peru - Ethical Fashion from Peru's Biggest Prison

Peru Inmates Exchange Life of Crime fro Sewing Designs

Mother Erth - Restoring the Earth through Fashion

Every purchase empowers artisan moms and 100% reduces plastic pollution.

GROUNDBREAKING PRODUCTS | FOR THE PLANET. FOR US.

CENTRON

A Revolutionary Fuel Additive

JOURNEYS FOR GOOD: TANZANIA

Journeys for Good | Who We Are

Husband and wife documentary team Steve and Joanie Wynn travel the world to profile everyday heroes who offer their sweat equity as a way to give back and connect to communities in need.

Journeys for Good | Corporate Program

Corporate Volunteerism combines with award-winning storytelling.

Journeys for Good Tanzania 1

Volunteers travel to the tiny village of Mbgala where they begin their service project at the Bibi Jann School for AIDs orphans (1:11)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 2

Roadmonkey Adventure Philanthropy founder Paul von Zielbauer explains the needs of the Bibi Jann School (1:01)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 3

Volunteers receive a warm welcome from the children at the school (2:43)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 4

We learn more about the school which is managed by the grandmothers or “bibis” in the village. (1:20)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 5

We learn more about the volunteer projects underway at the school, from refurbishing classrooms to building desks (2:13)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 6

The volunteers discuss the rewards of their efforts at the school (2:04)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 7

Filmmaker Steve Wynn marvels at the group’s dedication (:55)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 8

The volunteers enjoy at meal at the home of Fatuma Gwao, the school’s founder. (1:42)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 9

The volunteers describe their work at the school (1:30)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 10

The children get to see their newly refurbished classrooms for the first time(1:41)

Journeys for Good Tanzania 11

The volunteers reflect on the rewards of the experience (2:41)

Journeys for Good Tanzania|Broadcast Documentary (27:13)

This Emmy nominated half-hour documentary program profiles a group of women who travel to Tanzania on a unique trip with Roadmonkey Adventure Philanthropy. First, the women spend seven days following the Lemosho Route to summit Mt. Kilimanjaro and stand on the “rooftop of Africa”. Then, they travel to the small village of Mbgala to complete a hands on volunteer project for the Bibi Jann Children’s Care Center – installing a clean water system, building desks and refurbishing classrooms for the school. Throughout their journey, the women learn many things about the Tanzanian people, each other, and, most importantly, themselves. They arrive with open hearts and a sense of adventure and they leave, forever changed.

JOURNEYS FOR GOOD: CAMBODIA

Journeys for Good Cambodia|Show Trailer

Journeys for Good travels to Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Journeys for Good Cambodia | Broadcast Documentary

In this Emmy award-winning documentary, a group of volunteers travel with Globe Aware to Siem Reap, Cambodia to assemble wheelchairs & work on small-scale construction efforts to make homes for local disabled residents more accessible.

Journeys for Good Cambodia 1

The volunteers arrive in Siem Reap, Cambodia to begin their week of volunteering. The first task is to assemble 28 wheelchairs for local disabled people. (3:47)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 2

The volunteers deliver their wheelchairs to local people in need. (2:26)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 3

The volunteers travel to a rural area to practice English with a group of local orphans (2:21)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 4

As night falls on the open-air classroom, the volunteers enjoy their time with the wonderful children. (3:10)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 5

The volunteers take some time to explore the city of Siem Reap, from the old market to Angor Wat, bumping along in the local form of transportation, the “tuk tuk”. (1:30)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 6

Producer Joanie Wynn is goaded by her 9 year-old son into reluctantly trying the local “fish massage”. (1:20)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 7

The volunteers travel into the jungle to the home of a young disabled woman, finishing a ground level bedroom for her. (4:08)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 8

In the outlying village of Kantrok, the volunteers work on several improvements for a local disabled man. Even the kids in the group take an active part in the challenging work. (3:11)

Journeys for Good Cambodia 9

Local guide Dine Tuy explains the benefits of the project for the local man. (3:10)

JOURNEYS FOR GOOD: CAMBODIA

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PLASTIC REVOLUTION | PLASTIC SOLUTIONS

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FILMS

The ROOT REPUBLIC

The Root Republic is an adventurous journey into the very heart of plants & trees. The Pegasus family travelled 6 months across Central America – in an old Volkswagen van - to learn: To learn how to talk with trees. To learn how trees & plants think and feel. And to learn how we can finally cooperate with plants. Because they are our family. The Root Republic opens our hearts for a part of our family we have so far neglected and unfortunately still do. CREW produced by Robert Franz & The Pegasus Family co-produced by Marianne Elisabeth Ziegler, Red Iguana Pictures & Life for Nature directed by Oliver ‘Wyld Rose’ Kyr Original soundtrack by Mona Mur & Alexander Quadt, additional tracks by soundtraveler

Sustainability Simplified

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Renewable Energy

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YOUth Empowerment

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