Top 5 climate videos

It’s Climate Week so to celebrate we’ve gathered together some of our favourite climate-related films to get you in the mood.

 

Wind turbines set to blow the earth off orbit

Who knew wind could be so dangerous?

 

Matt Damon goes on strike to raise awareness of the need to protect water sanitation

A celeb who puts his weight behind the need to protect the planet’s resources.

 

George Bush on Global Warming – Spoof by Will Ferrell

An oldie but goodie.

 

The Story Of Change

A cute film with a serious message.

 

Symphony of Science – Our Biggest Challenge (Climate Change Music Video)

Singing scientists – what’s not to like?

 

Find out more about Climate Week.

 

What are your favourite climate movies? Let us know so we can feature them on Green.TV. It’s all about watching, engaging and taking action!

4 Responses to “Top 5 climate videos”

  1. Godfred March 4, 2013 at 9:18 pm #

    You guys inspires. Your videos are always catchy and very educative. Thanks Greentv

  2. amin June 13, 2013 at 6:08 am #

    very good collection.just continue

  3. Bark July 23, 2013 at 1:30 pm #

    One of the better videos I have seen is “Trashed” that tells the sad saga about plastic in our oceans. Feel free to explore barkforum and re-post and article for the environmental cause: Link to trashed trailer: http://forum.barkforum.com/t710-cut-plastic-out-of-your-life-today

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