"There Is No Planet B" explores the efforts of young people in Seattle to inform citizens about the threats of climate change and actions needed to reduce these threats. This includes identification of the key practical solutions that can effectively reduce greenhouse gases on a large scale as well as examples of the implementation of these solutions in the Pacific Northwest.
It has received an award from the 2020 Seattle Film Festival for best "Environmental Documentary" as well as an award of "Exceptional Merit" at the 2020 Docs Without Borders Film Festival and "Silver Award" from the 2020 Spotlight Film Festival.
"There Is No Planet B" is available for both purchase as well as a rental on the Vimeo VOD platform:
We are two filmmakers that specialize in environmental and social justice films. Our award winning films strive to reveal how our natural world works and offer positive and proactive solutions for correcting environmental and social impacts. As a watershed scientist and educator, Stephen Stanley has produced visual and print media to protect and restore ecosystems along the west coast. As a cinematographer Scott Stanley has worked filming the ecosystems of the Galapagos, Vietnam, Greenland, Indonesia, Canada and California.
We work primarily with educators, scientists and non-profit environmental organizations in helping them improve the public's understanding of difficult environmental issues. This has included "Whose Coast is It?" a film that examines how public access to California's coast is slowly being lost and why access to coastal open space is critical to the health, welfare and development of our children.
If you have a need to more effectively and widely convey your environmental or social justice message, please consider contacting us. After hearing what your project may entail we can offer suggestions on the best way to proceed. If you wish we can even give you a quote for completing your project.
Trailer to our 2020 film on Climate Change, "There Is No Planet B" which received an award for best "Environmental Documentary" at the 2020 Seattle Film Festival, an award of "Exceptional Merit" at the 2020 Docs Without Borders Film Festival, and a "Silver Award" at the 2020 Spotlight Festival.
Here is the trailer to our 2018 documentary on public access issue's along the coast of California. The film was an official selection of the 2019 Catalina Film Festival.
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