Featured Films from Films on Demand
Twenty teams of college students spend more than a year designing and building homes that must be completely powered by the sun in a Solar Decathlon contest sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Examines the potential for a global crisis over agricultural resources, related to global warming, fish stock depletion, and biofuel development.
This collection of 40 video clips (1 minute, 10 seconds each) addresses concerns about—and threats to—the sustainability of life on Earth as global warming increases in severity. The collection also spotlights recycling and alternative energy, keys to building a brighter future for the planet.
Films on Demand
Over 10,000 educational videos are available through Films on Demand. To search for sustainablity/environmental films, just search for those terms as titles in the search box, Requires UH ID and password.
Films from UH Libraries
Use the UH Voyager Catalog to locate films in the KCC Library and at UH Manoa. Use the TYPE: box to highlight "Videorecording/DVD" and type your keywords or title in the search box. The Wong A-V Center offers a wide selection of films and many can be borrowed through the intrasystem loan service.