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NGO & NPO
The Worlds Water
Art For Change
Women And Girls
A film exploring climate change (global warming) and many contributing factors.
Life Out Of Balance, Niger
A look into the impacts of deforestation in Niger
Plastic In Our Oceans
The Plastic Oceans Foundation is a registered United Kingdom Charity (Number 1139843). We are dedicated to protecting and improving the environment.
The Organic Life Trailer
The Organic Life
The Peoples Grocery
People's Grocery is creating a healthy alternative, offering access to organic produce.
Ebb&Flow Productions' award-winning documentary "The Last Descent" features a segment on the Siang River in India, courtesy of RiverIndia.com.
Great footage of the upper-Siang river, great Arunachal culture, big whitewater, and what we are doing to promote conservation-minded tourism!
Check out the full documentary at: thelastdescent.com
For kayakers, rafters, and fishermen interested in checking out this unique part of the planet, check out our website: www.riverindia.com
Faced with the environmental devastation of his homeland, an Ethiopian man takes positive action while searching for hope.
The Things They Said
500 years predicting tribes' extinction – wrongly
Family Planning/Reproductive Health (Kenya)
A group of young, sexually active women talk about family planning and STI prevention, including methods and misconceptions.
Tidal waves grab headlines, but in
we look at theoceanâ€™s unyielding, relentless force on our coastlines â€” where the sea rises up from below, washing over land, eating away at homes, roads... entire communities.
Journey Of The Universe
One day on a Greek island, and your view of the universe will change forever...
The Lost Bird Project Trailer
Gone and nearly forgotten in extinction, the Labrador Duck, the Great Auk, the Heath Hen, the Carolina Parakeet, and the Passenger Pigeon leave holes not just in the North American landscape but in our collective memories.