Why are you here? You're here because....

Any fool can know. The point is to understand.

Albert Einstein


It's all about the carbon. 

The Carbon Cycle

What exactly is the carbon cycle? Nathaniel Manning provides a basic look into the cyclical relationship of carbon, humans and the environment.

Project Drawdown

In his Sustainability Symposium 2018 keynote address, sustainability pioneer Paul Hawken describes the plan that his new organization, Project Drawdown, has devised for reversing global warming.

The Story of Change

Annie Leonard asks if shopping can save the world? The Story of Change urges viewers to put down their credit cards and start exercising their citizen muscles to build a more sustainable, just and fulfilling world.

The Story of Solutions

Annie Leonard explores how we can move our economy in a more sustainable and just direction, starting with orienting ourselves toward a new goal in the Story of Sustainable Solutions.

Essential Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan discusses the truth behind climate change. Carl discusses the science and skepticism regarding the subject. Sagan explains what global warming means, what the models tell us, and what we can expect if we continue on as business as usual. and continue to emit carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.  

Who Speaks for Earth

Carl Sagan asks 'who speaks for Earth?' His answer, 'us, we speak for Earth. " I believe we speak for the Earth every day when we make our daily choices. We decide what kind of planet we want to live on, we decide by the cars we drive, or buses we take, by the places we shop, by the politicians we support  and by the efforts we make everyday and having the smallest of footprint while making the biggest difference on this small, lonely,  blue dot we call home. 

Taking on Fake News About Climate Change

John Cook Explores how we separate the facts from the fiction regarding climate change. 

If I just explain the facts, they'll get it, right?

Katherine Hayhoe explains how some people just don't want to hear about climate change no matter how hard you try to explain it. She talks about how you can overcome some of that frustration. 

Climate Change Do the Math!

A 2012 short film highlighting projected costs associated with global warming.

Why I must speak about climate change

Climate scientist James Hansen explains his involvement in the science of and debate over global climate change. He outlines the  evidence that change is happening an.d why he is worried about his grandchildren's future. 

The Cost of Carbon

Looking at carbon, climate change and the costs involved. 

The Way Forward

The solutions to climate change are here.  The Way Forward suggests that we can reduce carbon pollution and make renewable energy -- like wind and solar power -- more affordable.

School Strikes for Climate

Greta Thunberg discusses how she believes we, society,  are not taking adequate action with respect to the climate crisis. Greta has essentially taken matters into  her own hands and has set in motion further resistance against the continuation of conducting business as usual.  Greta became interested in the environment at at a very early age and is a huge advocate of leading a sustainable lifestyle. Greta leads by example!  

How to green the world's deserts and reverse climate change 

Allan Savory describes desertification. According to Allan two-thirds of the world's grasslands are turning into desert due to the effects of climate change and traditional grazing practices. Allan suggests that if we do not reach sustainable practices we may descend into social chaos. Allan has since dedicated his life to pursuing  sustainable agricultural and grazing  practices, where we can even manage to reclaim grassland that was once desert.