Valuable and Important Short Films about the Key Issues at Stake:
The Soil Story isa five minute graphic movie by Kiss the Ground explaining the essential and inescapable importance of carbon sequestration in the soil.
100% Cotton. Made in India an RT documentary made in India with segments in the United States with Jim Gerritsen and Alexis Baden-Mayer, political director of the Organic Consumers Association, 26 minutes
Why Scientists are Worried About the GMO Apple and Potato by the Institute for Responsible Technology, five minutes. These are not Monsanto products but they have been treated similarly by the government. In both cases, the need to carefully examine the risks has been ignored they same as the risks with Monsanto products has been ignored.
The Story of former EPA Attorney Michele Merkel and a lawsuit in support of family farmers against concentrated animal feeding operatons told at Tedx Manhattan. It is all part of the same struggle as the one against Monsanto, and Merkel is now with the Food and Water Watch Justice Project. 14 minutes
ʻĀINA “That Which Feeds Us” ʻĀINA means “that which feeds us” in the Hawaiian language. This 23 minute film highlights a way to address some of the most pressing environmental and health crises facing the island of Kauaʻi—and of island Earth.