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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Interview with Emily O'Gorman, author of Wetlands in a Dry Land: More-Than-Human Histories of Australia's Murray-Darling Basin
Danielson, Stentor
Interview with Jonathan Robins, author of Oil Palm: A Global History
Carpenter, Kathryn B.
EcoCast: “‘Is This the Real Life? Is This Just Fantasy?’: Speculative Fiction in the Anthropocene”
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
Interview with Stacia Ryder, Kathryn Powlen, and Melinda Laituri, editors of Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene: From (Un)Just Presents to Just Futures
Danielson, Stentor
Interview with Kristin Poling, author of Germany's Urban Frontiers: Nature and History on the Edge of the Nineteenth-Century City
Seegel, Steven
ASLE EcoCast: Quick Fictions 2021
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
“Ecological Civilization: Chinese Dream or Global Strategy? An interview with Mette Halskov Hansen”
McCargo, Duncan
Interview with Gavin Van Horn and John Hausdoerffer, editors of Wildness: Relations of People and Place
Englander, Yakir
ASLE EcoCast: ASLE Spotlight Series 3: A Sense of Urgency
Anson, April, and Rahul Mukherjee
“How to Live with Toxicity: An Interdisciplinary Conversation”
Brown, Kate, and Antonia Alampi
Plenty of Fish
Kelsey, Elin, Katrina Pyne, and Amorina Kingdon
ASLE EcoCast: Ice In Your Veins: Antarctica in the Anthropocene with Marissa Grunes
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
How Not to Get Lost in the Ocean
Kelsey, Elin, Katrina Pyne, and Amorina Kingdon
Interview with Joel Alden Schlosser, author of Herodotus in the Anthropocene
Goren, Lilly
Interview with Deborah R. Coen, author of The Earthquake Observers: Disaster Science from Lisbon to Richter
Nappi, Carla