Waterbear Network is a free online film-streaming service, which has partnered with more than 80 charities and NGOs around the world — will shine a spotlight on the most critical issues facing the planet today.
DamNation: The Problem with Hydropower
This film explores the evolution of our national attitude from pride in big dams as engineering wonders to the growing awareness that our own future is bound to the life and health of wild rivers.
RE: TV – Series 1: Welcome to RE:TV
1 season, 5 episodes
RE:TV is a showcase for inspiring innovations and ideas that point the way towards a sustainable future, curated by editor-in-chief, His Royal Highness The Prince Of Wales.
Ode to Desolation
Ode to Desolation shares the story of Jim Henterly, a naturalist, illustrator and fire lookout as he contemplates the dwindling days of Fire Lookouts in North America.
With the influence of technology and AI threatening to make his role obsolete, we look into the future and ask ourselves what connections we will maintain to keep our human interpretation of the natural world alive.
The Last Honey Hunter
In the steep mountain jungles of Nepal’s Hongu river valley, members of the isolated Kulung culture have risked their lives for generations, scaling dangerous cliffs to collect a wild and toxic honey.
1 season, 5 episodes
This 5‑part series breaks down all aspects of the climate and the ecological crisis.
It explores how we got here, where we are headed, and what humanity can do to make a difference. Presented by Jack Harries, it highlights the key themes at the forefront of young people’s minds today, in a clear and relatable way.
- Underwater Gardens Boost Coral Diversity to Stave Off ‘Biodiversity Meltdown’
- ‘Mountain’ of electronic waste from this year alone will weigh as much as Great Wall of China, experts warn
- California is banning gas-powered leaf blowers, lawn mowers, and weed trimmers
- Google’s latest 3D animals are endangered species from Sweden, including the arctic fox
- Alaska snow crab harvest slashed by nearly 90% after population crash in a warming Bering Sea
- Important climate change measures for South Africa get Cabinet nod