Create Content in Minutes

Get Started For Free

Films about Pollution

Films about Pollution

The electricity used to mine bitcoin this year is bigger than the annual usage of 159 coun

The electricity used to mine bitcoin this year is bigger than the annual usage of 159 coun

Ireland and most African countries use less electricity annually than the amount used to process bitcoin transactions so far this year.

businessinsider.com
Bitcoin Mining Now Consuming More Electricity Than 159 Countries Including Ireland & Most

Bitcoin Mining Now Consuming More Electricity Than 159 Countries Including Ireland & Most

According to Digiconomist's Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index, as of Monday November 20th, 2017 Bitcoin's current estimated annual electricity consumption stands at 29.05TWh.

powercompare.co.uk
China Takes Serious Anti-Coal Stance, Cancelling 104 New Coal Plants

China Takes Serious Anti-Coal Stance, Cancelling 104 New Coal Plants

China is shutting down 104 coal-fired projects across 13 provinces, which were expected to deliver a total of 120 gigawatts of power. With this change, it might be possible for the world’s biggest ind

futurism.com
The Planet

The Planet

The Planet is a stylised observational video commentary that brings together an overview of the many global changes set about by industrial civilisation. Viewed through the myriad connections betwe...

thoughtmaybe.com
Battle for the Reef

Battle for the Reef

Following on from previous reports about the numerous threats from industry facing the Great Barrier Reef, investigative journalist Marian Wilkinson returns to Queensland, Australia some years late...

thoughtmaybe.com
Black Wave

Black Wave

In the early hours of March 24th 1989, the Exxon Valdez oil supertanker runs aground in Alaska. The ship discharges several tens of millions of gallons of crude oil. The incident becomes the bigges...

thoughtmaybe.com
Poisoned Waters

Poisoned Waters

Poisoned Waters investigates some of the root causes of what we see worldwide with ecological collapse, dead-zones and pollution effecting oceans, rivers and watersheds. With a focus on major water...

thoughtmaybe.com
State of the Planet

State of the Planet

Over three programmes David Attenborough travels from Kenya to California to investigate the contesting claims about the current state of our planet. In the first programme he examines the extincti...

thoughtmaybe.com
Planet Earth — The Future

Planet Earth — The Future

Following on from the series Planet Earth which looked at various forms of life across the globe, Planet Earth -- The Future highlights the issues of conservation and the future of the environments...

thoughtmaybe.com
Fillet-Oh!-Fish

Fillet-Oh!-Fish

In the past 40 years, global consumption of fish has doubled. Having decimated natural fish populations globally, the industrial food system has turned to mass-scale farming practices in order to s...

thoughtmaybe.com
Sweet Crude

Sweet Crude

Sweet Crude is the story of how large oil corporations such as Shell and Chevron have absolutely decimated the Niger Delta, but the people are fighting back. The film shows the human and environmen...

thoughtmaybe.com
Bikpela Bagarap

Bikpela Bagarap

Bikpela Bagarap (Big Damage) is the story of logging in Papua New Guinea, following the reality of systemic exploitation by logging companies of indigenous communities, where locals are not even ci...

thoughtmaybe.com
Flow — For The Love of Water

Flow — For The Love of Water

Flow -- For The Love Of Water builds a case against the growing privatisation of the world's dwindling fresh water supply with a specific focus on human rights, pollution, the politic of corporate ...

thoughtmaybe.com
The Age of Aluminium

The Age of Aluminium

Aluminium is everywhere—beer cans, tinned food, cooking pans, computers, pens, cosmetics; and many medications, including most vaccinations. Though what do we know about this material? The Ag...

thoughtmaybe.com
Call of Life — Facing the Mass Extinction

Call of Life — Facing the Mass Extinction

All over the world, species are going extinct at an extraordinary rate--currently around 250 per day--a scale never before seen. Call of Life investigates the growing threat to Earth’s life support...

thoughtmaybe.com
To The Last Drop

To The Last Drop

The small town of Fort Chipewyan in northern Alberta, Canada, is facing up for the fight against The Alberta oil sands, which is arguably now the world's largest construction project. Its expansion...

thoughtmaybe.com
The Idiot Cycle

The Idiot Cycle

The Idiot Cycle investigates six major chemical companies—Dow Chemical, BASF, Bayer, Dupont, Astrazeneca and Monsanto—that are not only responsible for producing decades of cancer causi...

thoughtmaybe.com
Gasland Part II

Gasland Part II

Gasland Part II follows on three years later, to continue documenting how the stakes have been raised on all sides in one of the most devastating environmental issues rapidly spreading the globe. T...

thoughtmaybe.com
Standing on Shaky Ground

Standing on Shaky Ground

Just along the fault lines of the Pacific Rim of Fire from Japan, lies Taiwan--another heavily industrialised, modern economy highly reliant on nuclear power. Ninety percent of the world's earthqua...

thoughtmaybe.com
Women of Fukushima

Women of Fukushima

Ever since three reactors went into meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011; a broad, disparate, anti-nuclear movement is growing in Japan. Nowhere is that more apparent, perh...

thoughtmaybe.com
Toxic Imperial Valley

Toxic Imperial Valley

Once advertised as the birthplace of a bright new future for the American Dream, Salton City, California is now crumbling into an apocalyptic landscape of pollution and desolate land. As farmers bu...

thoughtmaybe.com
e-Wasteland

e-Wasteland

Almost 50 million tonnes of electronic waste is generated worldwide, every year. A large volume of it is shipped off to Ghana, in West Africa, as "second-hand goods" where electronics are not seen ...

thoughtmaybe.com
Petropolis

Petropolis

Canada's tar sands are the largest industrial project ever undertaken--spanning the size of England. Extracting the oil and bitumen from underneath unspoiled wilderness requires a massive industria...

thoughtmaybe.com
No Where Here in the Middle

No Where Here in the Middle

In July 2005, the Australian government announced its plan to open a radioactive waste-dump facility in one of three Department of Defence sites in the Northern Territory of Australia. With widespr...

thoughtmaybe.com
Are We Changing Planet Earth?

Are We Changing Planet Earth?

David Attenborough explores just how far climate change is altering our planet--from drought-stricken rainforest to declining polar bears, from flooded homes to bleached coral. Are We Changing Plan...

thoughtmaybe.com
Free Trade Slaves

Free Trade Slaves

Globalisation has gone to great lengths to coerce many countries around the world to open 'free trade zones' for Western markets, where businesses receive special tax benefits and other rewards for...

thoughtmaybe.com
Ancient Futures — Learning From Ladakh

Ancient Futures — Learning From Ladakh

In the Himalayas of India, Ladakh is landscape of sustainable living where traditional culture has prospered, virtually free of crime and pollution. Though as western culture colonises the area, ce...

thoughtmaybe.com
The Atomic States of America

The Atomic States of America

In 2010, the United States announced the construction of the first new nuclear power plant in more than 30 years. But a year later in Japan, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake hit, preceding a cataclysmic ...

thoughtmaybe.com
h2Oil

h2Oil

Canada is now the biggest supplier of oil to the United States, thanks to the Alberta tar sands—a controversial billion-dollar project to extract crude oil from bitumen sands, using a very to...

thoughtmaybe.com
END:CIV

END:CIV

By examining the modern culture of industrial civilisation and the persistent widespread violence and environmental exploitation it requires, END:CIV details the resulting epidemic of poisoned land...

thoughtmaybe.com
Sand Wars

Sand Wars

Industrial civilisation—based on the rapacious and unsustainable growth of ever-expanding cities—uses an insatiable amount of sand. Every year, beaches and oceans the world over are robbed

thoughtmaybe.com
Burning The Future

Burning The Future

Burning The Future documents the devastating environmental and social impacts of coal mining specifically in West Virginia in the United States, where mountaintop removal mining has obliterated 1.4 mi

thoughtmaybe.com
The Big Dig

The Big Dig

Mongolia is the next target for the world's biggest mining corporations for copper. The Oyu Tolgoi mine currently under construction in the South Gobi Desert is a combined open-pit and underground min

thoughtmaybe.com
Fracking Hell — The Untold Story

Fracking Hell — The Untold Story

Fracking Hell -- The Untold Story looks at the risks of natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale throughout the United States. From toxic chemicals in drinking water to interstate dumping of rad

thoughtmaybe.com
Human Damage To Environment Faster Than Its Recovery, UN Study Reveals

Human Damage To Environment Faster Than Its Recovery, UN Study Reveals

Environmental damage caused by humans is outpacing its recovery according to a study by UN.

scienceworldreport.com
Powered by elink.io