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SHFT Roadtrip to Austin

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Tech meets tunes meets amazing food at SHFT's SXSW showcase, presented with The Weather Channel and Ford

For SHFT's maiden voyage to SXSW, we packed in a lot of great stuff into one SHFT-y day in Austin. The Weather Channel, a new SHFT partner, produced a panel, "Climate Change and the Individual," with us and we announced our first app, Food Tripping, which we built with Ford.   We had our cameras in tow to capture an amazing farm-to-plate meal by chef Sonya Cote on Springdale Farm, with......read more

Planet Under Pressure

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An arty animation from Moth Collective espouses an integrated approach to climate security

London animation studio Moth Collective has unveiled a new short produced for the Global Canopy Programme, a tropical forest conservation group. "Planet Under Pressure," the second video created by Moth for GCP, takes a global look at the "nexus challenges" of food, energy, water and the environment. Not the sexiest of topics, but the animators manage to pull off a beauty of a piece, even if the......read more

Obama Hails Historic Deal

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Too little too late?

With all good intentions, the climate talks in Copenhagen illicited less than they might have. There's a non-binding deal to fight global warming, but there was no agreement on binding limits of greenhouse gases linked to climate change. The process is moving forward in long-term goals just enough to enable the president to characterize the talks as not a total loss. He admited it was......read more

24 Hours of Reality

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24 reasons for hope

The good people at Climate Reality Project produced this epic programming in their "24 Hours of Reality."  We applaud them....read more

Global Warming

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3D and video merged in sublimely beautiful bit.

Gorgeous melding of 3D and video used to deliver powerful message on climate change. Corny song, though (no offense, singer guy)....read more

Changes

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Watch the seasons change in this beautiful video by Bart van der Gaag

As fall fades into winter, people in northern climates are hunkering down for the cold, silent season ahead. But there's a happy trade-off for high latitude folks; the transition between seasons delivers times of unparalleled natural beauty, with dazzling shifts in color and light. Swedish cinematographer Bart van der Gaag knows all about it. In "Changes," he deftly captures the passing of the......read more

There are over 100 Members of Congress who deny the basic science of climate change. That's nearly 25 percent. Meanwhile, young people overwhelmingly share scientists' grave concerns about climate change and worry about its deadly effects on the world. That's why kids are the stars of "Science Fair Failure," a short film produced by LCV and SHFT. In the clip, directed by Andy Cobb and narrated by......read more

The Truth About Climate Change

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Legendary naturalist Richard Attenborough explains what convinced him about climate change.

In this clip, a graph attributes the rise in global temperature to human activities....read more

The Oceans Will Rise

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Climate change "pop" art.

More than a little reminiscent of the frying egg in the "This is your brain on drugs" ad, the animators use a flood of soda to graphically illlustrate the perils of climate change. Not a solution-oriented message, but it's a creative one. ...read more

Walls Of Change

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From The Cinemart Series "Here Comes The Neighborhood"

Check out the genisis of a neighborhood in Miami where art meets revitilization. In 2009, The Cinemart (thecinemart.com) traveled to Wynwood, Miami with the late Urban Visionary Tony Goldman to document his efforts to re-invent the Neighborhood with Street Art and Entrepreneurial Innovation. The result was Here Comes The Neighborhood (vimeo.com/herecomestheneighborhood) After the Series......read more

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