INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories

Media

Green and Save demonstrates how to cut your emissions and reduce your carbon footprint by sharing rides with coworkers.

Thoughtful comparison to illustrate how no matter what road has led to an issue, be it personal or climate, each individual can make a difference with just a little change.

Taking his carbon footprint into consideration, a young man upgrades his old dirt bike for a more environmentally friendly bike.

This film investigates the impact that extreme weather has had on community members after flooding.

 

A young professional struggles to convince a company to incorporate climate change and environmental practices into their business plan.

Parody song and music video about the Mountain Pine Beetles.

A stop motion film which calls attention to overuse of the phrase "canary in a coal mine" when warning of climate change.

A game show tests players knowledge on subject matter related to climate change.

Encourages audience to practice solutions to slow down climate change.

 

Communicates how movement is the key to life through which power and energy are formed.

Explains student pressure for universities to divest from fossil fuel companies.

Examines how the effects of climate change transcend political party lines.

University students set up a board in the middle of campus to hear from students what they think climate change is.

 

Citizens of the fictional land of Phalange fight off evil CO2 monsters by implementing an hour for Earth, inspired by Earth Hour.

Draws comparison between humans and nature’s largest living organism, the Aspen grove.

Incredible survival story of a man and his wife, who narrowly escaped the fatal flood of September 2013 in Lyons, Colordo.