This film discusses greener agriculture choices. The filmmaker tries to offer a simple solution to feeling hopeless about climate change- grow your own food.
Why educate is an optimistic film that shows the differences in climate change education between younger and older generations. The film explains the importance of education regarding social issues as well as children discussing their views on the environment.
This film is a comedy and a parody of MTV Cribs, set in the year 2020. The film shows a sustainable Boulder house. It comments on recent tragedies including a friend who lost his house in California due to sea level rise. This film is funny and optimistic.
This film highlights the difference in opinions when it comes to the environment and climate change. It shows two different stories and points of view. The film addresses an important aspect of our planet's reality- there are seven billion people and not enough resources.
This is a funny film about a plastic bottle’s life. It uses humor to persuade the audience to recycle!
This film highlights the problems Colorado mountain culture faces because of our changing climate. It highlights the issues between preserving the land for cultures such as Native American tribes and creating snow for ski culture and the area's greatest tourism asset.
This film is a call to action. It highlights the relationship between humanity and the environment, and how it has changed over time. This film is a great tool to ignite the action flame.
This film is an explanation of the current climate science. The film talks to three scientists who talk about humanity part in the earth's future. While they express great concern for finding solutions, they also address that they have ideas and ways to combat the issue in the future. One scientist asserts, renewable energy is a marketing issue.
This film is a story about dumpster diving. It presents the idea of there is no away. The actors receive social backlash, yet find many reusable items and plenty of food.
This is a documentary style film that educates the audience about the coal industry. The producer does a thorough job of explaining how one community in Colorado relies on coal for its existence. This film shows emotion and information to explain the problems we face when moving towards different forms of energy.
This artistic film conveys the message, "don't let the media construct your opinions on climate change, form your own opinion!"
This film does a good job at highlighting the difference between a life with a large carbon footprint vs. a life with a smaller carbon footprint. The film does a good job at giving the audience ways to be more climate conscious in their everyday lives.
This is an artistic film about the environmental degradation. It offers information about climate change and ways to get involved to save our environment. This film is beautiful and appropriate for all ages.
Generation Climate Change is about the future of life on earth with a warming climate. The producer talks with James White, a Climate Change specialist and the director of INSTAAR at the University of Colorado. Their discussion revolves around changes humanity will need to make once the weather patterns change a significant amount.
This film interviews a sustainability analyst from the University of Colorado. The conversation centers around how to efficiently use water so that we can sustain for the future. This film is educational about Colorado's current water situation.
This short film is about easily changing our habits to live a greener life. The story follows two college aged kids through a day in their lives, one consumes a lot more than the other. This film is funny and great to show college students how they can help our environment in their everyday lives.