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The Great Forest Case

| Jenny Weber

A new legal challenge could be the best chance in a generation to end native forest logging in Australia.

Biirrinba Carries Life

| Hayley Talbot

The Clarence River flows through the hearts of all those who live along its banks. One afternoon, after a long hiatus of contact, help was humbly sought and lovingly given.

Watch 'Public Trust'

| Patagonia

A new feature-length documentary about the United States' system of public lands and the fight to protect them.

Watch 'Unfenced'

| Patagonia

A race to keep the Red Desert wild.  The Red Desert in southwest Wyoming is the largest unfenced area in the continental United States. But pressure

The Environmental Irony of Surfing

| Morgan Williamson

Dave Rastovich and Greg Long log in and discuss the current state of surfing, its cultural and ecological impacts, and where it’s headed.

Down from the Mountains

| Josefine Ås

A French ski patroller’s move to become a permaculture farmer. “There’s no doubt. I have become a man who lives at the foot of La Meije’s north face, by the Romanche River where my vegetables now grow.” This is Jean Charles Bonsignore’s pepeha,

2025 Or Bust: Patagonia’s Carbon Neutrality Goal

| Rodrigo Bustamante

To become carbon neutral by 2025, we need to reduce and eliminate these emissions, and getting there requires multiple strategies.

'Watershed Chats' with Dave Rastovich + Lauren Hill

| Patagonia

Exploring everyday Earth repair with freesurfer Heath Joske. Between riding some of Australia’s most revered and underground waves and raising a young family, Heath is employing the principles of regenerative organic agriculture to bring balance back to his local, coastal ecology.

Watch 'Big Gums'

| Beau Miles

This is the story of a man, which is really a story of a unique gumtree, colluding on a backyard adventure.

The Great Cotton Experiment

| Rachel G. Horn

This is a test to grow our clothes differently. It’s late in the growing season, and the first puffs of white appear speckled on the landscape. On this farm,

A Blueprint for Cooling Earth

| Brad Wieners

When he was 22 and away at college, Charles Massy got a fateful shock: His father had suffered a severe heart attack, and while it wasn’t immediately fatal, it was clear his dad could no longer run the family farm back home in the Monaro region of New South Wales

Manyana Matters

| Alistair Klinkenberg

A tiny South Coast town devastated by bushfires fights for tomorrow. One of the last remaining parcels of land adjoining Manyana – one that’s become a refuge for wildlife that survived the blaze – is set to be cleared by a Sydney developer. 

Rebels in the Dirt

| Johnie Gall

Young farmers learn what it means to do essential work during a global crisis. Ava Sonnet already knows how you’ll picture her when you find out she’s a farmer.

Changing the Fabric of Our Lives

| Lindsay Morris

Can a cotton T-shirt really help stop the climate crisis? The dead bird was a final straw for

Don’t Till On Me

| Andrew O’Reilly

A soil junkie explains no-till practices for regenerative agriculture.

The Southward Stampede Pt.2

| Jock Serong

Marine life is on the move as the oceans around Australia warm. In part 2, we follow the yellowtail kings of Tasmania, launching a tinny into an estuary of the Derwent River.

The Refuge

| Patagonia

The Gwich'in are fighting to protect their future, but they can’t win this battle alone.

Bright Sparks of Yackandandah

| Jock Serong

The Victorian country town that set up its own solar energy grid.

The Southward Stampede Pt.1

| Jock Serong

Marine life is on the move as the oceans around Australia warm. We take a deep dive into how this is impacting the Great Southern Reef.

A Net Plus

| Patagonia

This is the story of how Bureo locked arms with Patagonia to keep 71,000 pounds of discarded fishing net waste out of the ocean each year by putting it into our hat brims. Introducing the traceable, 100% recycled NetPlus®.

'Watershed Chats' with Dave Rastovich + Lauren Hill

| Patagonia

Sharing simple solutions to mitigating micro-plastic with divemaster, wildlife guide, and marine biologist Alice Forrest, just back from Antarctica. 

The Organism that Might Just Save the Planet

| Paul Greenberg

When you sit down to write an eye-catching essay about seafood, your first instinct is to go with one of the sleek and sexy creatures that have historically captured the human imagination.

'Watershed Chats' with Dave Rastovich + Lauren Hill

| Patagonia

Leah Thomas is at the leading edge of Intersectional Environmentalism, a term she coined as a way to advocate for the protection of people and the planet simultaneously. This chat examines the links between social justice and environmentalism.

The Fisherman's Son

| Ramón Navarro

Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast.

Once Lost, Now Returned

| Elle Murrell

If 70 kilometres of forest disappeared from the fringe of Australia’s most populous city, would anyone notice?

'Watershed Chats' with Dave Rastovich + Lauren Hill

| Patagonia

The first episode in their new podcast series, talking solutions to our current climate crisis, from harnessing hope to localising action, with 2040 filmmaker Damon Gameau.

The Ghost Trees of Santa Isabel

| Belinda Baggs

Out on the fringes of the Western Pacific, the seas encroach.

Blue Heart

| Patagonia

The Balkan Peninsula is home to the last wild rivers in Europe. However, a deluge of more than 3,000 proposed hydropower developments threaten to destroy the culture and ecology of this forgotten region.

What You Can Do From Home

| Mădălina Preda + Shannon Bourke

Taking action, no matter how small, has never been more crucial.

'DamNation'

| Patagonia

A film about how our future is bound to the life and health of wild rivers.

Earth Day Goes Digital

| Lisset Fun

As the world grapples with the effects of the pandemic, climate activists continue to fight for our future.

Fishpeople

| Patagonia

Five lives transformed by the sea. Directed by Keith Malloy, Fishpeople tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea.

The Island

| Dave Rastovich

At the end of Australia’s Black Summer, Dave Rastovich, his family and friends found clear air on an uninhabited offshore island and contemplated a future that needs to be fought for.

The Secret Life of Trees

| Patagonia

Our film Treeline follows skiers and snowboarders as they move through three extraordinary forested landscapes in Japan, British Columbia and Nevada, exploring the connection between humans and our oldest living companions.

Trees Do Better Standing Up

| Brendan Jones

Southeast Alaskans are on the front line of the fight to protect the Tongass National Forest from logging.

Voices for the Ocean

| Patagonia

Between waves they shared on a recent Sumbawa trip, Belinda Baggs, Liz Clark, and Moona Whyte had an opportunity to share how their lives as surfers have led them to a life of committed activism.

Regenerative Organics: Drawing a Line in the Soil

| Rose Marcario, CEO

If we aim to use agriculture as a tool not only to feed millions but also to help solve the environmental crisis.

The Fight for the Bight Goes to Norway

| Patagonia

In May this year, a delegation from the Great Australian Bight Alliance travelled to Norway to take the fight to Equinor's doorstep...

South Fish

| Belinda Baggs

The local marine environment between Newcastle and Sydney is under attack from seismic testing for oil and gas exploration.

Passing the Torch

| Ali Klinkenberg

“Normally I’m all for robbing banks,” jokes Wayne Lynch, surfing pioneer and genuine Australian cultural icon, “but I’m not sure that’s the right way to go about it.” We’re congregated out the front of the Patagonia store in Jonson Street, Byron Bay, awaiting the start of Strike For Climate march and discussing the bom...

How We’re Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

| Patagonia

Ever since Patagonia had an office (and wasn’t just selling gear out of the back of Yvon’s car), we’ve devoted desk space, our free time and a percentage of our sales to protecting wild nature. From our travels, we knew our land, air and water was in real trouble from short-sighted profiteers.

The Climate Crisis Is a Human Issue

| Bill McKibben

Some of that injustice is racial and colonial: The iron law of climate change is, the less you did to cause it, the sooner you feel its effects. Some of that injustice is intergenerational: Those who poured the most carbon into the air will be dead before its effects are fully felt.

Are You Arrestable?

| Sarah Hartigan

Sometimes, when I can’t sleep, I go online and get lost in comment threads with angry words about inaction. I nod along with my eyes, and it makes me feel like I’m doing something.

Why They Strike

| Madalina Preda

“School won’t matter in the future if we’re too busy running from extreme weather events.”

Treeline: The Film

| Molly Baker

Trees are intertwined with human existence—through religion, in times of war, in standing for what we’ll fight to protect, with our hopes and wishes that we share. They stand implanted in our own history.

Treeline: The Core

| Taro Tamai

Riding in Niseko, Hokkaido mostly means riding through trees. Most are heavily bent, hard birch deciduous trees, reaching their branches wide to their sides.

Treeline: Trespassing

| Garrett Grove

When we move through the forest in winter, we’re often left wonderstruck by snow-shrouded trees bent and morphed from years of wear in silent solitude.

Treeline: Homegrown

| Leah Evans

You’d think I’d get tired of going to the same places, but by touring through the local treescapes, I’ve woken up to the dynamic details of the forest. The way the moss hangs or the light shimmers in certain patches – the silver shine on the bark of a massive cedar that makes it look like it’s glowing from the inside out. I see something new every day.

The Stay Home, Take Flight Conundrum

| Alistair Klinkenberg

Is there such a thing as conscious travel?

Western Front: the Battle for takayna

| Krissy Moehl

“Exploring varying landscapes generates an energy and connection…that provides the ‘why’ to life for me.” “…these unbalanced running steps through lumping button grass were pounding a connection with the Tarkine into my cells.” “This event and the wild of Tassie tore in to my heart, embedded in my soul…”