Open Call For All Your Environmental/Green Movie and Video Selections...

I thought it would be good idea to have a place where we can store all our favorite "Green" videos and movies in one area. Again, everything is covered within the "Green" topic, from Climate Change to how grow a vegetable garden... I'm sure you have something to offer.

Breathtaking. Outstanding beauty. Brilliant time lapse.

"Sun, moon and stars show up with their daily rise and set. The beauty of our celestial phenomena is increased by the accelerated time lapse technique showing the apparent motion of the sky due to earth's rotation."

Music: túrána hott kurdís by hasta la otra méxico!

Time lapse video: The Sky in Motion by Till Credner,

The Secret - Planet Earth HD

The Secret Team has created a gift for you. This clip features our beautiful Planet Earth. As you experience this clip you will emit positive forces of energy across Planet Earth that will reach every single living thing on it. You will lift yourself, and as you lift yourself, you lift the entire world.

The magnificent music was composed and graciously gifted for this clip by composer Jo Blankenburg.

From The Secret to you, here is Planet Earth - our home.

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Sit back and enjoy this slow paced but beautifully animated short film (30 min). It's a remarkable true story that is not to be missed.

The Man Who Planted Trees
(True Story!)

The man who planted trees

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This is a beautifully animated short film for all ages, based on the short story by Jean Giono. Throughout the course of his life he plants just a few seeds at a time until, over many decades, he transforms what was a barren wasteland into a veritable garden of eden.
Why Dogs Smile and Chimpanzees Cry - Part 1/5

Outstanding documentary about how many of our human emotions are shared by our fellow earthlings. Guaranteed to lift your spirits.

Watch pt. 2 -5 here:
I watched Food Inc. the other night. It's definitely worth watching.
If you haven't yet seen Wall-E, you better add it to your list. Fantastic animation, sweet and sentimental. Children tend to like it too....

Wall-E Clip
TED Talk: Willie Smits Restores A Rainforest

This TED Talk filled me with admiration and hope. The ingenious synthesis of social and natural sciences is awe inspiring. When the world news is full of habitat loss and ecological disaster here is a someone that is addressing these problems.

Why You Should Listen To Him?

Willie Smits works at the complicated intersection of humankind, the animal world and our green planet. In his early work as a forester in Indonesia, he came to a deep understanding of that triple relationship, as he watched the growing population of Sulawesi move into (or burn for fuel) forests that are home to the orangutan. These intelligent animals were being killed for food, traded as pets or simply failing to thrive as their forest home degraded.

Smits believes that to rebuild orangutan populations, we must first rebuild their forest habitat -- which means helping local people find options other than the short-term fix of harvesting forests to survive. His Masarang Foundation raises money and awareness to restore habitat forests around the world -- and to empower local people. In 2007, Masarang opened a palm-sugar factory that uses thermal energy to turn sugar palms (fast-growing trees that thrive in degraded soils) into sugar and even ethanol, returning cash and power to the community and, with luck, starting the cycle toward a better future for people, trees and orangutans.

These photographs of albatross chicks were made in September 2009 on Midway Atoll, a tiny stretch of sand and coral near the middle of the North Pacific. The nesting babies are fed bellies-full of plastic by their parents, who soar out over the vast polluted ocean collecting what looks to them like food to bring back to their young. On this diet of human trash, every year tens of thousands of albatross chicks die on Midway from starvation, toxicity, and choking.

To document this phenomenon as faithfully as possible, not a single piece of plastic in any of these photographs was moved, placed, manipulated, arranged, or altered in any way. These images depict the actual stomach contents of baby birds in one of the world's most remote marine sanctuaries, more than 2000 miles from the nearest continent.

~Chris Jordan
October 2009

Music by Christen Lien
Global warming...

Global warming... a possible scenario! If WE give up, they give up!
Don't know, don't know who Quercus is?... Yes, sadly very depressing. But isn't it the truth, never-the-less?
Amazing! Bird sounds from the lyre bird - David Attenborough - BBC wildlife

David Attenborough presents the amazing lyre bird, which mimics the calls of other birds - and chainsaws and camera shutters - in this video clip from The Life of Birds. This clever creature is one of the most impressive and funny in nature, with unbelievable sounds to match the beautiful pictures. From the BBC.
The Cove - Trailer

Winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, The Cove follows a high-tech dive team on a mission to discover the truth about the international dolphin capture trade as practiced in Taiji, Japan. Utilizing state-of-the-art techniques, including hidden microphones and cameras in fake rocks, the team uncovers how this small seaside village serves as a horrifying microcosm of massive ecological crimes happening worldwide.

The Cove exposes not only the tragedy of dolphin slaughtering in Japan, but also the dangerously high levels of mercury in dolphin meat and seafood, the cruelty in capturing dolphins for entertainment, and the depletion of our oceans fisheries by worldwide seafood consumption. We also see how the mandate of the International Whaling Commission has been manipulated by the Japanese Fisheries Agency for its benefit and its subsequent effect on the rest of the world.


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Encounters at the End of the World (TRAILER)

n the most hostile, barren, alien environment on the planet - you meet the most interesting people

Welcome to Antarctica - like you've never experienced it. You've seen the extraordinary marine life, the retreating glaciers and, of course, the penguins, but leave it to award-winning, iconoclastic filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn) to be the first to explore the South Pole's most fascinating inhabitants...humans. In this one-of-kind documentary, Herzog turns his camera on a group of remarkable individuals, "professional dreamers" who work, play and struggle to survive in a harsh landscape of mesmerizing, otherworldly beauty - perhaps the last frontier on earth.

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Training Birds of Prey
What amazing and intelligent birds...

Training Birds of Prey from Jeff Dailey on Vimeo.


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