35:00 | Bram Vermeulen travels to the town of Ilulissat and the nearby ice fjords. Climate change has totally turned the lives of Greenlanders upside down.
41:12 | On the paradisiacal San Blas Islands, the kunas live with the rhythms of nature. As sea levels rise, they face a major dilemma: should they move to the countryside or wait for the water to come?
47:26 | The solar car, an electric car with built-in solar panels, will be on the market in 2022. From 2030 onwards, no new cars may be sold in the Netherlands that run on petrol or diesel.
50:19 | It is more urgent than ever for Europe to become self-sufficient in energy. This is accompanied by major power shifts, both within and outside the EU.
24:21 | In this short documentary we see three young people who turn their climate concerns into action. How far will they go and how lonely is their struggle?
46:11 | All over the world, storage technologists and battery pioneers are looking for ways to store renewable energy. From developing fast batteries to storing heat in basalt and salt.
12:26 | Pop star Blythe Pepino came to realise that far-reaching choices are needed to save the climate. Such as not fulfilling your wish to have children.
50:39 | Will trees save our planet? Trees and forests make the earth and climate livable and stimulate biodiversity. How do we deal with our ancient trees, and what else can we do?
44:59 | In Doughnut economics by Kate Raworth, we see that markets are inefficient and growth is not the holy grail.
30:15 | How will clean meat change our food industry? Is clean meat the future and if so, how will clean meat change our way of living or are we ignoring it to satisfy our hunger for meat?
46:41 | Why earth destruction should be seen as a crime and what is it that brings earth lawyers Polly Higgins and Spanish magistrate Baltasar Garzón to fight for ecocide.
49:32 | A documentary that gives thinker and writer Paul Kingsnorth the time to explain how humanity still can be hopeful although the battle against climate change in his eyes has been lost.
44:51 | How will green energy change our future? What will our future look like with green energy? The growth of green energy goes together with change.
48:03 | A documentary that shows a movement that believes in a fossil free future.
47:43 | In view of the explosive growth in China and India, the pessimists give us only 25 years to operate an energy transition to sustainable energy. But is an energy transition easy to set in motion?
49:08 | Michael Braungart and William McDonough are fundamentally changing the way we produce and build.
46:10 | In countries like Brazil, Australia, Chile and parts of the United States people consider renewable energy because of financial reasons. A surprising newcomer on the market is Morocco.
48:29 | Om divestmentkampagner i Holland og Berlin. Den ene kampagne retter sig mod det store hollandske pensionsselskab ABP, med 2,8 millioner medlemmer, og den anden mod byen Berlin.