About this collection

The Sound & Vision collection showcases audiovisual content on the human-environment relationship, on topics ranging from waste and energy to indigenous rights and water conflicts. You can filter for subcategories such as environmental podcasts, “TED Talks” by environmental practitioners, and video portraits in which Rachel Carson Center fellows introduce their research. Of particular interest are the Environmental Film Profiles, which include more than 250 trailers or full stream content on issues including energy, waste, global warming, resource conflict, and sustainability. The Environmental Film Profiles have been made possible, in part, thanks to a collaboration between the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society and the German nonprofit ECOMOVE International, and is supplemented by selections from environmental film festivals, such as the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Tales from Planet Earth.

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“From Slavery Plantations to Mass Tourism: A Project for a Synthesis of the Environmental History of the Greater Caribbean”
Funes Monzote, Reinaldo
“The Club of Rome”
Maxton, Graeme
“Politics with Will Kymlicka”
Hirtenfelder, Claudia
“Shakespeare and the Ocean, with Steve Mentz”
Bogaev, Barbara
Interview with Simone M. Müller, author of The Toxic Ship
Hamilton, Brian
“An Environmental History of Munich”
Mauch, Christof
Interview with Christina Gerhardt, author of An Atlas of Islands in a Rising Ocean
Hamilton, Brian
Interview with Ailton Krenak, author of Life Is Not Useful
Morisato, Takeshi
“Land Use and Environmental Ideologies in British Mandate Palestine, 1917–1948”
Bieling, Mona
Interview with Thomas M. Lekan, author of Our Gigantic Zoo: A German Quest to Save the Serengeti
Grube, Eric
Interview with Sara Rich, author of Mushroom
Melcher, Miranda
Interview with William Carruthers, author of Flooded Pasts: UNESCO, Nubia, and the Recolonization of Archaeology
Gamal-Eldin, Mohamed
Interview with Ronald L. Trosper, author of Indigenous Economics: Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands
Danielson, Stentor
Interview with Matthew S. Henry, author of Hydronarratives: Water, Environmental Justice, and a Just Transition
Danielson, Stentor
Interview with Malcolm Harris, author of Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and the World
Hamilton, Brian