The Climate Festival
The Climate Festival consists of documentaries from different parts of the world which pose important questions regarding climate change and environmental issues that have consequences for us all.
Saving the planet through technology and human innovation.
Fish hatcheries are controversial – and with good reason.
A journey to transform a barren plot of land into a lush biodiverse farm.
The Inuit and Chukchi people struggle for survival in the face of climate change.
A call to action, and a reminder that it’s not to late to turn the tide on our planet.
A fascinating portrait of thrill-seeking wildlife photographer Amos Nachoum.
Paying tribute to the power and beauty of our oceans.
Construction on one of the world’s largest dams ruthlessly displaces both people and nature.
An eco-thriller about overfishing, globalization and Chinese natural medicine.
An exploration of modern forestry and humanity’s relationship with forests.
Activist Paul Watson has fought for decades to protect oceanic wildlife.
The Climate Festival is supported by: