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Transforming Society Short Film Award WINNER

BREEF AND ROLEX PRESERVE & PROTECT NATURE

The Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF)

Young Bahamians are learning about marine conservation and to be stewards of the ocean in the face of a changing world.

BREEF and Rolex partner to support the incredible young people of The Bahamas who are calling for a more sustainable future. Rolex’s Perpetual Planet initiative celebrates partnerships that encourage and inspire the next generation of underwater explorers and conservationists.

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SHORTLISTED for Transforming Society Short Film Award

OUR TERRITORY

If Not Us Then Who

Indigenous peoples and local communities who depend on the Amazon face many different threats. Not only are their territories targeted for illegal extractive activities such as gold mining and deforestation but without clear land titles their situation remains legally precarious. Madre de Dios, the most biodiverse region in the Peruvian Amazon, is home to 37 native communities. This southern region is also the most affected by illegal mining, more than 60 000 hectares of forest have been deforested by this activity.

Due to its high biodiversity and extension of Amazon forest, Madre de Dios is a key region for climate commitments and the fight against the climate crisis.

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SHORTLISTED for Transforming Society Short Film Award

AGAINST THE TIDE: SHELLFISH GROWERS PUSH BACK ON CLIMATE CHANGE

The Nature Conservancy

“Against The Tide” documents the very personal stories of shellfish business owners from the East, West and Gulf coasts, their experience with climate change, and their motivation to take action. The film is a product of the Shellfish Growers Climate Coalition (SGCC), a project led by The Nature Conservancy in concert with 150+ business owners from 20 states. The Coalition is harnessing the power of the its members’ compelling stories of how climate change is having real impacts, right now, on their business and the coastal communities they come from. Many have been making their living from coastal waters for generations, and their companies form the backbone of their communities.

In its first year, the SGCC members’ stories highlight the importance of climate change to the seafood industry, scientists, and policymakers. It is also compelling for those interested in leveraging other food sectors in the campaign for climate action.

CONSIDERED for Transforming Society Short Film Award

CELL 364

Salaud Morisset

CHRISTIAN AID – FLORENCE’S STORY

Christian Aid

CLIMATE CHAOS: WINTER METHANE

The Arctic Arts Project

COW FARTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

TRT World

FGM – THE LONG ROAD TO CHANGE

Griot Creative

GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE – I’M SCARED

The Progress Film Company

HAITI, MY LOVE

EPIC (Environmental Protection in the Caribbean)

IN THE FIELD WITH ARTHUR

OmVed Gardens

INTERNET SAATHI – HOPE IN ACTION

Partnering Hope Into Action (PHIA) Foundation

MAKING KINDNESS THE NORM

Be Kind Movement

NAMMA AUTO PROJECT – SWITCHING TO SUSTAINABLE AUTO-RICKSHAW SYSTEM

ACRA

ODISHA’S NEXT-GEN ORGANIC FARMERS

VideoVolunteers

OUR LANDS

Robinson Hope Creative

OUR LOW CARBON ENERGY SOLUTION

Enhance Energy Inc.

THE BIRDMAN

Volvo Cars UK

THE LAST PRESS

OmVed Gardens

THE SEAWEED REVOLUTION

Tambor Films

THE SHOPPING MALL IN SWEDEN WHERE EVERYTHING IS RECYCLED

BBC, People Fixing the World

THE TREE OF UNITY

Living Heritage Foundation

TOGETHER LET’S WIN THE REAL RACES!

MANTA Sail Training Centre

WASTE IS ONLY A RESOURCE IN THE WRONG PLACE

CCm Technologies Ltd.

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