10 Enviro Tales You've Never Seen On Film Before

They may not be blockbusters (yet) but these films could change your life

Have you ever heard of Canadian John Todd? He is just one of the environmental visionaries you’ll meet in the film Earth Keepers. Todd, it turns out, is a Buckminster Fuller 2008 Challenge-winning biologist who has created an artificial waste-water management system that uses microorganisms, fish and plants. You’ll also encounter Sweden's Karl-Henrich Robort, who is merging nature and business, and Kenya's Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize-winner and founder of the Green Belt Movement.

Earth Keepers
Run time: 83 min. | Canada
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