Posts Tagged ‘documentary’
How do you make restaurant food from waste? How do you farm food in the middle of a city? Do you really have to work weekends in the restaurant business? What does it mean to unite under a one woman, one vote enterprise that helps immigrant women in Skåne find work? With the help of Tourism in Skåne, we visited businesses and social enterprises to answer these questions and discover the people who work and run sustainable food businesses and economic sustainable projects.
Four stories of people who have succeeded despite the odds. The challenges, highs and lows, the warmth and friendship, in a business that is traditionally cut-throat and non-progressive. How do we stop wasting food and how can we help each other to be economically independent, to have a work life balance that really means something? People want change, but how can we connect you and me and make the world of food sustainable for future generations?
Sustainable Travel International releases SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL: WHERE NEXT? an inspiring new documentary series that showcases stories of transformation in travel
Oslo: Leading The Way In Sustainability
Capital cities aren’t usually the first places you’d think of when it comes to green, clean, pollution-free spaces. Luckily, some cities like Oslo are making sustainability a top priority.
As one of the fastest growing capitals in Europe, with tourist arrivals nearly doubling in the last 10 years, Oslo’s reputation as a green city is due to a lot more than its many parks and surrounding forests. Oslo has pledged to become a carbon neutral city by 2030, and this film highlights how urban planners, politicians, and businesses of different kinds work hard to ensure a sustainable future for the destination and its people.
Ljubljana: The Greenest of Capitals
Slovenia’s capital city has sustainability ingrained into its DNA. A local attitude to food production, re-use, and regeneration. With the largest car-free zone in EU, one of the highest measures of urban green spaces per capita in the world, some ingenious use for invasive plants, and an effortless determination to retain its Modernist history as a human-centered World Heritage Site.
South Western Railway: Our Sustainability Plan
Showcasing plans to create havens for wildlife and hit net zero by 2040 through three key initiatives:
Better For Our Planet
Better For Our Places
Better For Our People
A film highlighting how these are taking shape through a zero-waste to landfill scheme of recycling and regeneration, the creation of green spaces for biodiversity and wildlife, the sharing of stations for community projects and businesses, and the drive to unleash diversity, skills and new talent throughout their workforce.