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Switch On to Climate Change TV

There’s a mountain of video resources on the web approaching climate change from different angles. We’ve pulled together some of them which we think you might find useful or interesting. Some are funny, some inspiring, and some very technical and info-heavy. We’ll add new ones as we find them, so you might want to bookmark this page and come back to see the latest finds.

Vox Pops: SOCC on the street

We got together with Pilton Video to make some short films based on conversations about climate change and other environmental issues with people on the streets of Edinburgh.

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Hot issues

The newspapers are full of heated debate about some of the more controversial issues around climate change – from biofuels, to offsetting. These video clips provide an interesting insight into these complex issues.

Climate culture on YouTube

A great (and quite hilarious) climate change rap video.

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More interesting stuff…

The Story of Stuff

From its extraction through sale, use and disposal, all the stuff in our lives affects communities at home and abroad, yet most of this is hidden from view. The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns.

Community action worldwide

5 minute video on community-based adaptation to climate change bringing you the voices of experts from the North and South. The clip was produced during a workshop held in Bangladesh in February 2007.

Old news?

A film-clip about climate change made in 1958!

Camcorder Guerillas – Scotland’s own activist film-makers

Based in Glasgow, Camcorder guerillas are a voluntary collective with a strong membership of skilled individual who are committed to making high quality video tools for groups and individuals campaigning on social justice issues. The Collective also hosts regular screenings showcasing the very best of local and international films dealing with human rights and social justice issues. You can watch their films here

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