INSIDE THE GREENHOUSE | Re-telling climate change stories

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This comedy skit is the tale of a grandmother and her granddaughter meeting to talk about some big news. It dives into a healthy diet and lifestyle with comedic overtones.

"For here or to go?" a film by Emi Zerr, Gwen Hill and Kennedy Butts

"Up in Smoke" a film by Aaron Wald, Zach Hartman and Serena Roberts:

"Health and climate change" a film by Alex Lightman, Cate Evans and Savanna Brown

"National Seacurity" a film by Shaela Kilmartin, Cole Fenton and Conrad Geiger.

"Corporations and Climate Change" a film by Hayden Fake, Teelin Healy and Noah Fields

2019 Comedy for Climate Change - Third Place Winner

The Climate Rock (Climate Elvis)
by Josh Willis & Lizze Gordon

2019 Comedy for Climate Change - Second Place Winner

How (not) to talk about Climate Change
by Adam Levy, Geoff Marsh & Adam Corner

2019 Comedy for Climate Change

First Place Winner, Al Gore - Man On The Street
by Rollie Williams & An Inconvenient Talk Show

Clara Pena is a Graduate of CU Boulder and past intern at Inside the Greenhouse. She now lives in Paonia, on the same farm that her grandmother moved to over seventy years ago. Through discovering how to live sustainably on the family farm, Clara has a new awareness of her relationship to her grandmother, and the land they both have known as home. 

Filmed and Edited by Stephanie Selz and Ellie Milner
Narration by Clara Boland
Archival Photos and Videos by Clara Boland

In July of 2017, Beth Osnes led a Women’s Energy Party at the Boland Family Farm in Paonia, Colorado. With a Women’s Energy Party, your community can come together to share and reflect on values, opportunities, and actions surrounding energy and the health of our planet. 

Filmed by Stephanie Selz and Ellie Milner
Edited by Stephanie Selz
Narration by Beth Osnes
Music by Michael Peters

In July of 2017, Beth Osnes led a Women’s Energy Party at the Boland Family Farm in Paonia, Colorado. With a Women’s Energy Party, your community can come together to share and reflect on values, opportunities, and actions surrounding energy and the health of our planet. 

Filmed by Stephanie Selz and Ellie Milner
Edited by Stephanie Selz
Narration by Beth Osnes
Music by Michael Peters

2018 Comedy for Climate Change - Third Place

S**t Environmentalists Say by Matthew Cohen
(United States)

2018 Comedy for Climate Change - Runner Up

Recipe for Disaster by Emmet Sheerin
(Ireland)

2018 Comedy for Climate Change - First Prize Winner

Peer Review by Madeleine Finlay and Sarah Barfield Marks
(United Kingdom)

Recycled Runway 9 Showcase