After Michael Coleman debuted his last film 'John Muir - Coming Home', Robert Hanna, Muir's great-great-grandson reached out over their mutual love of conservation. They began chatting about a new project which became this film 'The Last Oasis'.
It takes a certain kind of person to willingly stand outside in -20-degree temperatures.
Some days it's a paradise and others it's a jungle of hell. Yet for Dr. Scott Saleska and his students, that's just the reality of conducting science in the rainforest.
Ryan Knapp is a weather observer and meteorologist at the Mount Washington Weather Station in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Winters are windy, icy, and frigid. Summers aren't much better. We called him up to ask what it's like to be knocked down by wind and how he endures working in some of the world's worst weather.
It's destructive, beautiful, and critical for our ecosystem
Twenty years ago the rainforest was destroyed, but as rains continue and lava flows it creates the foundation for new life.
The Black Mamba Anti-Poaching Unit is a group of women who patrol this reserve and surrounding communities, unarmed, in search of poachers.
The fight for Standing Rock took the media by storm in November 2016. From cell phones to news cameras, images of violence, protest, and unrest surfaced on every major media outlet.
In South Florida, cane toads are so numerous that they seem to be dropping from the sky. They're overtaking parking lots and backyards, can weigh almost six pounds, and pack enough poison to kill pets. Why the surge?
From filmmaker Tom Welsh, The Problem of the Wilderness is a film set to the poem of environmental activist Bob Marshall.