Below is a periodically-updated list of video resources related to sustainability. Please use the comment section of this page to offer recommendations.
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“Portland: Quest for the Livable City”
“#1 Portland: A Role Model for the Nation”
“Portland Sustainability Institute – EcoDistricts”
“StreetFilms-Portland: Bicycle Boulevards”
A Passion for Sustainability (2007).
- Chronicles the decisions of 14 Portland, Ore., businesses to operate according to the visionary “Natural Step Network” business model, which stresses environmental sustainability and social justice alongside profitability.
- An educational video on the principles of sustainability and their application within a variety of industries. The program focuses on practical ways to merge economic, social, health and environmental considerations while building a successful business and sparking regional economic development. Segments include Norm Thompson, The Collins Companies, ShoreBank Pacific, New Seasons Market, Stahlbush Island Farms, Hot Lips Pizza, Zenger Farm, Barrs & Genauer Construction, Ecotrust, Sustainable Northwest, Second Nature/Education for Sustainability West, and Oregon Natural Step Network.
- Documentaries with a point of view.
- The Sustainability Media Project is for all videos related to sustainability. We are especially looking for videos which inspire others to be more self-reliant in how they live: food, energy, housing. “How to” videos are especially useful here. This group is for farmers, biodiesel planners and everybody who is interested in learning how to better protect and live on the Earth in health and peace.
- Telling Stories of Cultural and Environmental Sustainability.
- Gathers citizens and civic, private sector and NGO leadership across the bioregion to invoke a broadly shared civic passion for sustainability and the ongoing cultivation of best practices to dramatically catalyze progress toward sustainability.
Sustainability – Visual Media list on WorldCat.
- Pacific University Library sustainable research bibliography of visual materials.
- Multnomah County’s Sustainability Program and Green Team have partnered to bring you the Multnomah County Sustainability Film Series, a quarterly documentary and panel discussion event at McMenamins Bagdad Theater. Please join us each quarter for a showing of a film and lively interactive discussion!