What happens when water resources are not a public good but a private property?
The planet is suffering from high fever and its thermometer can be found in Greenland.
In Mali, 85% of women have suffered excision. As little girls are being kept captive by tradition and superstition, could this deeply rooted custom be eliminated?
As billion people on this planet are undernourished and 25,000 die of hunger each day, could it be that the Earth can no longer feed its population? The evidence proves otherwise…
In the tropical forests of the Amazon, an unspeakable crime has been committed against humankind. Ancient native populations are disappearing on a massive scale as oil companies pursuit easy profits.
A new-age western film on the Wild North, exploring the Great Arctic Game for energy resources that has just begun.
Where does your computer go when it dies?
When "development" leads to disaster, then conflict becomes inevitable...For the first time the camera meets the Niger Delta MEND militia.
Have you ever asked yourself where does the fish you eat come from?
The dark years of the crisis that is plaguing Greece are condensed in two hours
of intense emotion through the insightful storytelling of filmmaker Yorgos