In spite of worries about sovereign debt, America is not broke. A new animation calls for the government to shift investment away from the ‘dinosaur economy’ and toward green solutions which can deliver jobs and a healthier environment. Narrated and directed by Annie Leonard.
A new animation from the Story of Stuff Project, inspired by the disastrous 2010 US Supreme Court decision to permit corporations to spend freely on American elections, reveals why democracy only works when people are in charge. Narrated and directed by Annie Leonard.
In India's Golden Temple, the volunteer-run kitchens feed around 100,000 people every day. Based on a culture of sharing, it operates in stark contrast to the for-profit commercial food system. A short film by Jason Taylor.
The rich world’s response to the impending global water shortage has been to promote the idea of water as a commodity, concentrating control in the hands of powerful multinationals. This documentary tells of the personal tragedies behind the mounting privatisation of water supplies.
The Story of Stuff Project reveals how
companies that sell bottled water manufacture demand for this
environmentally destructive product. This short animation argues that our money would be much better spent ensuring clean and safe tap water is available for all. Narrated by Annie Leonard.
Made to coincide with the launch of ‘Megaslumming’, a publication by Share The World’s Resources, this film vividly portrays some of the realities of poverty for the residents of Kibera – Kenya’s most notorious shantytown.
Share The World's Resources campaigns for essential resources to be shared internationally to secure basic human needs. This striking presentation captures some of the key messages of our organisation.
The gigantic bio-tech corporation Monsanto is
threatening to destroy the agricultural biodiversity which has served
mankind for thousands of years. This documentary paints a grim picture of a company with a long track record of environmental crimes and health scandals.
What should be the right dynamic between farmers
and consumers in maintaining agricultural diversity, self-reliance, and food
grown with locally-sourced seeds? A sixty minute video presentation by Dr. Vandana Shiva.
Susan George calls for a convergence of the global justice, environmental and peace movements to exert democratic control over international politics - which is currently dominated by an un-elected minority from the corporate sector.