Impact Initiative: Vincent Colliard
Date Posted: Oct 15, 2017
Date Posted: Oct 01, 2017
Construction of a USA-Mexico border wall means huge impacts to wildlife. Migratory corridors would be eliminated, dispersal events would no longer occur, and access to the Rio Grande river, would be cut off for both wildlife and humans.
Date Posted: Sep 24, 2017
Two years in the making, Mount Desert Island, Maine-based photographer Will Greene brings his second time-lapse film of Acadia National Park: Acadia II: Sea to Sky.
Date Posted: Sep 17, 2017
Last year I (Alastair Humphreys) spent a week in Scotland making a film about bothies. This Easter I returned to make a new film with my friend Tem. We spent a glorious week zooming around the Highlands and Cairngorms.
Date Posted: Sep 10, 2017
Douglas Tompkins was a world-renowned adventurer, entrepreneur, and conservationist.
Date Posted: Aug 13, 2017
Juan D. Martinez is director for the Natural Leaders Network, an initiative of the Children & Nature Network. Has been named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer.
Date Posted: Jun 25, 2017
This film gives us a short glimpse into the lives of three Montanans, all enriched by the clean and free-flowing nature of their local rivers.
Date Posted: Jun 19, 2017
Legendary climber, environmentalist, and Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard has a free-wheeling conversation with journalist, Ed Douglas on his latest film, DamNation, US politics, and his dirt bag days of climbing.
Date Posted: May 14, 2017
Jeff Browning and Jesse Haynes attempt to run the last 170 miles of the new Oregon Desert Trail (ODT) in a four-day span. They were supported by photographers Fred Marmsater and Jonathan Byers and Trailhead Labs’ Jereme Monteau.
Date Posted: May 06, 2017
President Jimmy Carter, an unsung environmental hero, grew up in awe of nature’s wonder. But it wasn’t until he first paddled the Chattooga River’s Bull Sluice did he understand the power of a wild river.