Ecoflix Education: Science

Ecoflix Education: Science

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Ecoflix Education: Science
  • Eco TrailBlazers - James Levelle

    Episode 1

    James Levelle is a committed environmentalist with a passion for adventure - his documentary 'Race for the Future' is an 11,000km journey from southern England to the capital of Chile made without the use of fossil fuel powered transport

  • Ecoflix Podcast with Gunter Pauli

    Episode 2

    Gunter Pauli is an entrepreneur, economist, and author born in 1956 in Antwerp (Belgium). He is best known for his main work, The Blue Economy. He has lived on 4 continents, is fluent in 7 languages, has been a resident of Japan since 1994, and spends most of his time in South Africa. Gunter Paul...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with David Mitchell

    Episode 3

    David Mitchell is literally a rocket scientist, an author, an entrepreneur, a Hollywood consultant, and the proponent of an amazing new method for sequestration of carbon

  • A Steppe Ahead

    Episode 4

    Can an ambitious conservation plan save the underdeveloped Eastern Mongolian Steppe's, the last bio-region of its type, from development ruin? Filmmaker John D. Liu travels to Mongolia to find out.

  • Line in the Sand

    Episode 5

    In Alashan, a remote region of grassland or steppe in the Mongolian Autonomous Region of China, the desert is growing by 1000 square kilometres per year. Fifty years ago there were 50 springs in the area, three rivers and 800 small lakes.
    Today, sand dunes roll across the plain and the springs, r...

  • The Lessons of the Loess Plateau

    Episode 6

    The people of China's Loess Plateau were some of the earliest adopters of settled agriculture, approximately 10,000 years ago. They worked hard and over time built the most accomplished civilisations that the world has ever seen. Their history illustrates the impacts the humans have had on the ea...

  • Hope in a Changing Climate

    Episode 7

    This is China's Loess Plateau, until recently this was one of the most poorest regions in the country. A land renowned for floods, mudslides and famine, but with the fanfare comes the hope of change for the better. They have successfully transforming a baron landscape into a green and fertile one.

  • Regenerative Agriculture

    Episode 8

    With an estimated 25% of greenhouse gas emissions coming from our food system, rethinking our approach to agriculture is essential if we are to create a sustainable future. By working in harmony with nature, regenerative agriculture can provide more nutritious food at the same time as reducing em...

  • Ecoflix Podcast with John Liu

    Episode 9

    After 15 years as a Television Producer and Cameraman for CBS News, RAI and ZDF John began to study ecology. In the mid-1990’s he began a participatory process with a number of media and broadcasting colleagues in Beijing that led to the creation of the Environmental Education Media Project for C...

  • Soil Food

    Episode 10

    China's Loess plateau, one of the poorest regions in the country. a land renowned for floods, mudslides and famine. There is a hope however, the hope of change for the better. This documentary covers over 15 years worth of change, for an ambitious project - a new landscape on a vast scale, transf...

  • In Search of Sustainability, Mali

    Episode 11

    Study of the inner Niger delta in Mail. The documentary shows the compelling beauty of the people and the extreme ecological importance of the land. A complex ecological system with a very important role in regulating the earth's hydrological cycle, weather patterns and climate.

  • ChangeMakers - Philip Lymbery

    Episode 12

    Niall McCann talks to Phillip Lymbery, Global Chief Executive of Compassion in World Farming, the organisation which aims to end all factory farming processes.

  • We Unite

    Episode 13

    Every January hundreds of tractors drive to Berlin to support the 'We Are Fed Up' demonstration

  • CROPS
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    Episode 14

    CROPS

    Episode 14

    This is the story of one of the 1,100 teams competing for the US$100 million XPRIZE for carbon removal - join CROPS on their journey to capture a billion tonnes of carbon, and safely store it

  • Andrew Millison's How to Fix a Broken Ecosystem

    Episode 15

    Permaculture instructor Andrew Millison explains the process for repairing a degraded ecosystem. We begin with the metrics for assessing ecosystem health, and then go over the steps to triggering biological activity and ecological succession.

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 1 - Contour Lines and Water Flow

    Episode 16

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 2 - Landform Water Divides

    Episode 17

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 3 - Design for Water

    Episode 18

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. ...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 4 - Design for Access

    Episode 19

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 5 - Design for Trees

    Episode 20

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 6 - Design for Management

    Episode 21

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...

  • Andrew Millison's The Keyline® Plan - Part 7 - The City Forest

    Episode 22

    The Keyline® Plan is a method of land design for soil and water conservation developed by Australian farmer and engineer P.A. Yeomans in the 1950's, and practiced widely throughout Australia ever since. My training in this design system came from Keyline® design's modern day emissary, Darren J. D...