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Conversation International shares the Nature is Speaking films. Where Julia Roberts, Harrison Ford, Kevin Spacey, Edward Norton, Penélope Cruz, and Robert Redford all join forces to give nature a voice.

Duane Elgin shares the film “A World of Solutions“. A shorter version of this clip was shown to the delegates at the United Nations Conference. The film is¬†produced by Lyn Lear, directed by Louie Schwartzberg and ¬†narrated by Morgan Freeman.

Julia Hawkins of Ashden shares the short films about the 2014 Ashden Award winners and their pioneering sustainable energy enterprises and programmes.


Ingrid M. Rieser shares the film “OIKONOMOS – transforming economics education.”¬†¬†This inspiring¬†documentary shows how student groups are emerging to challenge the economics curriculum, changing how economics is taught in a world that is changing. ¬†

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Milda JonuŇ°aitńó Nordb√ł shares the clip “International Youth Climate Movement“.¬†Change can be attractive, desirable, and most of all, FUN. The youth movement gets this.

Clive Ardagh of Onward Production shares EXTREME CHOICES, a short film commissioned for Oslo Extreme Dialogue ‚Äď Building Bridges to the Future. The event took place on June 18, 2013, in Sophus Lies Auditorium at the University of Oslo.¬†

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Anna Taylor shared a video about Adapting to a Changing Climate in Southern Africa, which captures the key messages and debates emerging from the first Southern Africa Adaptation Colloquium, held in Cape Town in November 2013.


David Buckland shares a website from Cape Farewell. The aim of this non-profit programme is to challenge, provoke and inspire transformation by thinking differently about our relationships with each other and the natural systems we inhabit.

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Michael Edwards shares this website on Transformation, which focuses on the  possibilities of radical change in ourselves and our societies. The site is part of www.openDemocracy.net. If you are interested in writing a contribution of between 850 and 1,500 words written for a global, general audience, please contact him.

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William Blofeld shares his Animation on Extremes in Climate Change. This film was made in connection to the Oslo Extreme Dialogue on Climate Extremes, 18 June, 2013, University of Oslo. More of the work of William, a high school senior studying media and communication, can be seen on his webpage.

Now change

Karl Kerner shared a short¬†artistic contribution The Trail of a Tale¬†by Gon√ßalo Tocha (3:40) presented at the European Conference on Climate Adaptation in 2013, commissioned and produced by Imagine 2020 — Arts and Climate Change.

Climate x change

Ralph Danglade shares Climate-Exchange.org, an online multidisciplinary knowledge-sharing platform managed by young professionals from the University of East Anglia. The blog draws together a diverse breadth of contemporary climate change related topics, opinions and knowledge. Contributions and comments are welcome.