Solar Moms - The Ripple Effect
Meet four great moms who are choosing renewable energy - for their kids and for the future. "What better decision could you have made as a mother?" A film by Francine Cavanaugh and Adams Wood. Part of the Postcards from Climate Change series.

Ned Gardiner, Visualizing Climate data
Ned Gardiner is the Visualization Project Manager at NOAA's (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Climate Program Office. In this video, Ned talks about the severity of climate change and stresses the importance understanding how our world is changing in order to make informed decisions. Official Selections: 2014 American Conservation Film Festival2015 Wild and Scenic Film Festival. 


Point Hope, Alaska and Shell's offshore drilling plans
The mayor and other residents of Point Hope, Alaska share their concerns about Shell's offshore drilling plans in the Arctic. Residents of this town, also known as "Tikigaq," have survived for generations off the bounty of the Chukchi Sea, which is now threatened by pollution, noise, and the risk of an oil spill that would come with offshore drilling.

ON COAL RIVER Educator's Guide
For educators interested in bringing ON COAL RIVER to the classroom, we have developed a free 59-page downloadable Educator’s Guide appropriate for middle school, high school, and early college classrooms. The Guide includes three lesson plans covering coal issues, civic engagement, and environmental science, and six downloadable video clips ranging from 2 to 15 minutes in length.