INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories

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Closing act of 2016 Comedy for Climate Change event.

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba Interview

Inside the Greenhouse Interns worked very hard to capture the essence of an important mural in Barelas, New Mexico, a suburb of Albuquerque. This story explores artist Nani Chacon and her appreciation for a traditional healer. She gives tribute to this important "local hero," through a mural on the side of her pharmacy.

Artist, Nanibah Chacon, honors a local inspiration in the community by painting a portrait mural on the side of the woman's store. This is the time lapse we documented of the mural as it was painted start to finish in only six days.

Albuquerque artist, Nanibah Chacon, wanted to honor someone in the community who she truly admired. So she painted a portrait mural of Maclovia Sanchez de Zamora, an herbalist and healer, on the side of B. Ruppe Drugstore where Maclovia has worked for over 30 years. Her knowledge of herbs and healing continue to help people in the community when western medicine has failed. What many of us consider useless weeds, Maclovia knows as gifts from a higher power with the ability to heal.

This beautiful story is shown through a children's book inspired short film. The story is about the 2013 Boulder Floods.

This film is a comedy about the benefits of the bus system. The film encourages the audience to use public transportation.

Me, Myself, & I against Climate Change is a film about ways the average consumer can cut their carbon emissions in their everyday lives. It is a film that relates to the average American and provides basic solutions that could help stop the progression of Climate Change.

Wear Your Carbon is a film that helps viewers become more aware of the ways in which they can reduce their carbon footprint.

This film highlights the benefits of not driving your car. It's important to understand alternative options to transportation.

This film is a parody of A Christmas Carol. The film introduces the organization, Protect Our Winters, and informs viewers we must act now to save the future of snow sports.

This film is about using less energy by getting off your couch and enjoying all that nature and the outdoors has to offer. The film encourages viewers to stay wild.

This film explains how everyone can be more environmentally conscious in their home. The film talks to the senior manager at Clear Result, a consulting firm that helps people make their houses more energy efficient.

Laundry Day is about the power of personal change. If one person becomes more environmentally conscious, it will most likely inspire others to act in the same way. This film is a positive comedy.

This film is an advertisement for a Thursday night bike group in Boulder, Colorado. The group travels in a pack of 50+ bikers, enjoying a night with music and friends.

This film explores Green Guru.  The company works to use recycled parts to create bicycles.