1. It's a thought many have: What am I leaving behind for next generations? Produced for World Wildlife Fund and Natural Habitat Adventures, Pongo Media, Maser Films, and King Tide Motion Pictures developed this short film to remind us about what is worth protecting for humankind's future enjoyment.
    video.nationalgeographic.com/video/short-film-showcase/she-got-to-see-wild-polar-bears-will-the-next-generation
    worldwildlife.org/videos/remember-when

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  2. greateryellowstonemigrations.com/

    Scientist Arthur Middleton, photographer Joe Riis, artist James Prosek and filmmaker Jenny Nichols join forces in this documentary that captures the migration of elk in the Yellowstone area through a multidisciplinary lens. For many of the elk herds that summer in Yellowstone National Park, home is outside the protected park boundaries the rest of the year, as far as 70 miles away. Mirroring a similar expedition undertaken in 1871 that fused science and the arts, this modern band of explorers join their ungulate counterparts on a trek from Wyoming’s rangeland through snowy mountain passes and treacherous river crossings to the rugged beauty of Yellowstone’s high-alpine meadows. Along the way, they meet backcountry guides and cattle ranchers whose lives are intricately tied with the fate of the elk and other migratory species that call the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem home.

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  3. A snapshot of the Greater Yellowstone Migrations Project.
    Visit the project website: greateryellowstonemigrations.com/

    Editor: Jenny Nichols
    Cinematography: Joe Riis, Jenny Nichols, Shane Moore, Skip Armstrong
    Music: “Never stop dreaming” by Cleod9, Created by Ian McLeod
    Funded by: George B. Storer Foundation, Bole & Klingenstein Foundation, National Geographic Society
    Expeditions Council

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  4. Across Africa today wildlife is disappearing, and its story is grim. Yet there is one powerfully bright spot – Namibia - where its people have made the commitment to live with and protect their wildlife.

    The Guardians tells the story of Jantjie Rhyn, a farmer from one of Namibia’s vibrant communal conservancies. Despite the dangers of living with lions and other free-roaming wildlife, Jantjie and his community are committed to their protection because responsible tourism and national pride make his wildlife worth more alive than dead. He represents one in five Namibians that today are directly involved in conservation, making him a true guardian of Africa’s natural legacy. Namibians like Jantjie are showing the world how to improve wildlife and a community's lives all at once.

    worldwildlife.org/places/namibia

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  5. Namibia is home to the greatest wildlife recovery story ever told. Since its birth just over 2 decades ago, the country of Namibia has shown the world how to ensure Africa’s natural legacy while expanding livelihoods. Pride of Namibia tells the story of communities committed to protecting wildlife, of a nation that has enshrined conservation into its constitution, and of the future of responsible travel - tourism that directly benefits the people who give wildlife freedom to roam.

    worldwildlife.org/places/namibia

    Best Short Film, Wild & Scenic Film Festival (2015)
    Grand Prize, Adventure Travel Trade Assn. Film Festival (2014) Silver, World Responsible Tourism Awards (2014)

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