Architect I.M. Pei returns to his home city of Suzhou, China to build a modern museum that complements the architecture of the 2,500 year-old city and sets a course for modern Chinese architecture.
If A Tree Falls
The Academy Award-nominated story of the radicalization of an environmental activist, from his involvement in and later disillusionment with Earth Liberation Front sabotage, to his eventual arrest by the FBI and incarceration as a domestic terrorist.
In Defense of Animals
Peter Singer presents the moral philosophy arguments for animal rights.
In Our Own Backyard
First brush the U.S. had with toxic waste at Love Canal.
In Our Own Backyards
Pamela Jones and Susanna Styron
How does uranium mining impact the land and the health of people?
In Search of International Justice
The first film about a crucial new commitment to the international rule of law: the International Criminal Court.
In Search of the Edge
Flat earth theory proved! A lesson in critical thinking and media literacy.
In the Ashes of the Forest
Saga of two colonists in the Amazon rainforest.
In the Ashes of the Forest
Concludes the Amazon colonists' saga.
In the Company of Wild Butterflies
An intimate study of the secret lives of wild butterflies.
In the Light of Reverence
A stunning portrait of land-use conflicts over Native American sacred sites on public and private land around the West from the producers of STANDING ON SACRED GROUND.
In the Light of Reverence (Classroom Version)
Three separate stories of land-use conflicts over Native American sacred sites on public and private land around the West.
In The Mayor's Footsteps - Brazil
Mayor Amilcar Huancahuari visits Brazil to assess efforts to promote early childhood development there.
In The Mayor's Footsteps - Peru
Mayor Amilcar Huancahuari is trying to convert his native Peru to his optimistic philosophy of promoting early childhood development.
In the Name of Honour
Kurdish women fight for their rights in Northern Iraq.
In the Name of Safety
Catherine and Tareque Masud
False imprisonment violates due process in Bangladesh.
In The Wake of War
A burgeoning grassroots peace movement in Burundi is aimed at ending civil war between Tutsis and Hutus.
In Whose Interest?|
A revealing critique of US foreign policy since World War II.
Exposes America's prison problem and explores various criminal justice reforms.
Tonje Hessen Schei
Focuses on the human cost of the Iraq War to contrast corporate-controlled media coverage with independent media.
Activists combat tobacco companies that target India.
The displaced Indian tribes of the Amazon rainforest.
John Pilger investigates the history and brutality of the military dictatorship in Burma.
Robert J. Long
Replaces the human-centered concept of environment with ecosystems.
Interesting People, Interesting Jobs
Daniel gets an eye exam, learns about dog guides and yoga, visits a veterinarian, and helps a zookeeper.
The Intertidal Zone
Ecology of the ecological zone between the tides.
Introduction to Biodiversity
Sharon Howard and Mike Rosen
The concept of biological diversity and its importance to humans.
Invisible Garments: Expensive Soles
Nan T. Achnas and Shanty Harmayn
Nike and other multinationals are moving production to countries like Indonesia.
Islands of Sanctuary
Aboriginal Australians and Native Hawaiians reclaim land from the government and the military, and resist the erosion of culture and environment.
Mark Dworkin and Melissa Young
Ometepe, Nicaragua, and Bainbridge Island near Seattle work together for a better life for both communities.
It Takes a Child
15 year-old child labor activist, Craig Kielburger, works for reform around the world.
It Takes a Village
A cyclone in Bangladesh results in the construction of an experimental community health center.
Practical things kids can do to protect the environment.
It's Gotten Rotten
Classroom composting engages students in inquiry-based science.