Canadian director Gary Marcuse chronicles the push to stop a massive hydroelectric dam and the ensuing rise of China’s environmental movement.
One season of tree planting in Alberta.
Telling the story of Art and Nan Kellam, who made a home for themselves on an uninhabited island off the coast of Maine in 1949, We Were an Island is a quintessential back-to-the-land story from the not-so-distant past.
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Q&A with Allan Chochinov, chair and co-founder of the Master of Fine Arts in Products of Design program at New York's School of Visual Arts.
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Earth Day Canada’s Small Business Award winner, Gordie Wornoff, turns spent materials into beautifully offbeat art.
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The Beehive Collective draws out the big picture of resistance to exploitive development in Mesoamerica. Take an interactive tour of a scene from their Mesoamérica Resiste poster.
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