Animated film using humor to talk about climate change.
A film about climate change in the desert, and one man's concerns about the future of his adopted home.
A film at the intersection of ecological research and climate change. Behavioral ecologists attempt to understand how climate change will impact two species of desert quail.
This film highlights the carbon emissions associated with house development and provides an inspirational glimpse on new sustainable development actions that are being designed by CU students.
This is a visual poem that narrates a story about humans have lost their connection with the natural world. This film won third place in the 7th annual Climate Change Film Festival.
This is an original screenplay that tells the story of how climate change can be equated with war in terms of the scale of human loss and devastation. This film won a tied spot for first place in the 7th annual Climate Change Film Festival.
This film explores how the scale of our personal experience with the planet has changed over time and how that has impacted our view of the natural world. This film tied for first place in the 7th annual Climate Change Film Festival in December 2015.
This is a film about climate related weather events that cause humans to evacuate their homes - and the consequences that has on pets. This film won honorable mention in the 7th annual Climate Change Film Festival.
This film explores the relationship between rock climbing and connecting with nature.
This film highlights what people love and how those are at risk in a changing climate. This film won honorable mention in the 7th annual film festival on climate change.
This films shows the behind the scenes lives of climate change scientists who are not just 'doing it for the money'. This film took honorable mention in the 7th annual Climate Change Film Festival.
Lively interview with Jonathan Cohen, regional sustainability manager of Boulder. Topics include energy production and utilization in Boulder, efficiency, and energy conservation.
Interview with players in the local recreational marijuana industry describing the sustainability of marijuana growth and distribution.
Upbeat interview of two CU environmental studies majors, explaining their introduction to environmental issues and inspiration to fight climate change.
Creative play on Orson Welles famous 1938 radio broadcast, describing a "War of the Climate" with rising temperatures and increasing environmental catastrophe.
The positive things about snow.