HRP Green maintains a substantial lending library of powerful films about our environment. All films are available for personal use. HRP Green also has licensed permission for public viewing of several films. For more information, or to request a film, contact our chairperson, Kathy Dean at kathydean64@gmail.com. This list is current as of June 2018.

                               

A Plastic Ocean (102 minutes)   2016 NEW

Focusing on plastic pollution in the ocean, this documentary takes a very real, hard look at the effects of plastic on marine wildlife. If you are a little squeamish, be prepared as they do show graphic images of birds and fish being gutted with plastic pieces filling their stomachs. Your heart will be ripped out by some of the stories you hear about the people who live on a plastic filled island with no place to go. Overall, this movie is very inspiring in a “make you depressed” kind of way but does briefly touch on ways to avoid plastic use at the end. 

Bag It   (74 minutes)   2011   NEW
An average guy makes a resolution to stop using plastic bags at the grocery store. Little does he know that this simple decision will change his life completely. He comes to the conclusion that our consumptive use of plastic has finally caught up to us, and looks at what we can do about it. Today. Right now.

Before the Flood, (96 minutes)   2016   NEW                                
A look at how climate change affects our environment and what society can do to prevent the demise of endangered species, ecosystems and native communities across the plane

Trashed  (98 minutes)  2012   NEW
Jeremy Irons sets out to discover the extent and effects of the global waste problem, as he travels around the world to beautiful destinations tainted by pollution.

Divide in Concorde   (82 minutes)   2013
This is a story about an 84 year-old-woman trying to take down the third largest industry in the world. Jean Hill, a self-proclaimed warrior, leads historic Concord, Massachusetts on America's first environmental crusade to ban the sale of bottled water.

Just Eat It   (75 minutes)   2015      
Filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge. After catching a glimpse of the billions of dollars of good food that is tossed each year in North America, they pledge to quit grocery shopping and survive only on discarded food. What they find is truly shocking.

Racing to Zero, in Pursuit of Zero Waste   (59 minutes)   2014
Quick-moving, up-beat documentary that presents new solutions to the global problem of waste.

Wisdom to Survive  (56 min) 2013
Explores how unlimited growth and greed are destroying the planet, society, and people's lives as well as how we can evolve and take action against climate disruption.

Awakening the Dreamer   (170 minutes)   2011
Today’s environmental wreckage can only be addressed through consciousness and personal awakening. Owning that truth till inspire transformation on a global scale.

The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (53 minutes)   2006
Inspired when Faith Morgan and Pat Murphy took a trip to Cuba through Global Exchange in August, 2003.