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 Simon L. Lewis and Mark A. Maslin, authors of The Human Planet: How We Created the Anthropocene
Stackhouse, Ryan
Interview with Peter Singer, author of Why Vegan?: Eating Ethically
Molloy, Mark
ASLE EcoCast: Thinking with Trees: Poetry and Conversation with Jason-Allen Paisant
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
Interview with John Soluri and Claudia Leal, editors of A Living Past: Environmental Histories of Modern Latin America
Varón-Carvajal, Lisette
The Future of Fuels
Figueres, Christiana, Tom Rivett-Carnac, and Paul Dickinson
ASLE EcoCast: Forest Rhythms: The Hip Hop Environmentalism of Thomas Rashad Easley
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
Interview with Kristina Lyons, author of Vital Decomposition: Soil Practitioners and Life Politics
Ponce de Leon, Alejandro
The Future of Flight
Figueres, Christiana, Tom Rivett-Carnac, and Paul Dickinson
ASLE EcoCast: Ashes to Ashes: Poetry and Conversations with Cheryl J. Fish
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
“10 Years to Transform the Future of Humanity—Or Destabilize the Planet”
Rockström, Johan
ASLE EcoCast: Changing the Anthropo-scene: Una Chaudhuri and Eco-Theatre
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm
Interview with David Moon, author of The American Steppes
Seegel, Steven
Interview with Amelia Moore, author of Destination Anthropocene
Thurner, Lance C.
Interview with Judkin Browning and Timothy Silver, authors of An Environmental History of the Civil War
Hamilton, Brian
ASLE EcoCast: Justice Matters: Bénédicte Boisseron, Animal Studies, and Racial Justice
Deer, Jemma, and Brandon Galm