• Jamie Oliver's TED Prize wish: Teach every child about food
    Sharing powerful stories from his anti-obesity project in Huntington, W. Va., TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food. See the TED Talk here.
  • The Story of Bottled Water
    Released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand: how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap. See here.
  • Graham Hill: Why I'm a weekday vegetarian
    We all know the arguments that being vegetarian is better for the environment and for the animals -- but in a carnivorous culture, it can be hard to make the change. Graham Hill has a powerful, pragmatic suggestion: Be a weekday veg. Watch his TED Talk here.
  • Graham Hill: Less stuff, more happiness
    Writer and designer Graham Hill asks: Can having less stuff, in less room, lead to more happiness? He makes the case for taking up less space, and lays out three rules for editing your life.Watch his TED Talk here.
  • David Fedele Documenatries
    David Fedele is an independent documentary filmmaker, musician, part-time philosopher and full-time incessant thinker on the constant search for truth.
    He entered the world of documentary filmmaking through a love of travel and exploring different cultures, having traveled extensively throughout Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and South America.
    Generally working alone, he is self-producing and self-funding his projects. David Fedele is particularly interested in exploring cultural, humanitarian and social justice issues.
    Do see his webpage and learn about his movies (“E-Wasteland”,”Big Damage”, “PNG Style”, etc.) click here.
  • The Cove (2009)
    Using state-of-the-art equipment, a group of activists, led by renowned dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry, infiltrate a cove near Taijii, Japan to expose both a shocking instance of animal abuse and a serious threat to human health. More information here.
  • Inconvenient Truth
    (watch online here) - Davis Guggenheim's movie about former US Vice-President Al Gore's campaign aimed at raising public awareness on climate change. Despite sparking off controversies on both political and scientific grounds, the documentary was given credit for its educational value and has been included in science curricula in schools around the world.
  • FLOW - For Love of Water
    (watch online here) Irena Salinas’ documentary is about the global crisis we face as Earth’s fresh water supply constantly diminishes. The film presents top experts and advocates to show us that every aspect of human life is affected by pollution, wastefulness, privatization and corporate greed as it relates to fresh water–a natural resource more valuable than oil. The film shows in no uncertain terms that if we continue to abuse our water supply, Earth will become uninhabitable and humankind will become extinct. The investigation points fingers at water companies such as Nestle, Vivendi, Thames, Suez, Coca Cola and Pepsi.
  • Futuris: Future Cities
    (watch online here) In this Euronews documentary, Ursula Eicker, Scientific Director at the Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences, guides us through the main themes that will define the cities of the future. The movie unveils interesting innovations in sustainable energy which are currently being tested and developed in cities across Europe... from energy-efficient office blocks to hydrogen buses and biomass plants: "Futuris" proves that green and sustainable cities are within reach!
  • Who Killed The Electric Car?
    (watch online here) In 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline. Ten years later, these futuristic cars were almost entirely gone. What happened? Why should we be haunted by the ghost of the electric car?
  • Professor Tarah Wright: Promoting Sustainability in Higher Education
    listen to the interview here
  • Prof Arjen Wals: Higher Education Institutions and Sustainability
    listen to the interview here