- Food Inc.
- Chasing Ice
- The Story of Stuff
- Addicted to Plastic
- The sixth Extinction
- An Inconvenient Truth
- Years of living Dangerously
- Manufactured Landscapes
- Meet the Sceptics
- Blind spot
- The 11th Hour
- The world according to Monsanto
- More than Honey
- A crude awakening
- Meet the climate sceptics
- Crude? Blue Gold Water Wars
- Everything's Cool
- Life at the End of Empire
- Meat the Truth
- We Feed the World
- Blind Spot
- Food Inc.
- The Age of Stupid
- Force of Nature
- Rachel Carson- Silent Spring
- David Suzuki - The Sacred Balance
- Clive Hamilton - Requiem For A Species
- Tim Flannery - The Weather Makers/ Here on Earth
- Jared Diamond - Collapse
- Barbara Feese - Coal: A Human History
- Bill McKibben - The End Of Nature/ Oil & Honey
- Naomi Klein - This Changes Everything
- David Spratt & Philip Hutton - Climate Code Red
- Sonja Shah - Crude
- Bob Brown - Memo For A Saner World
- Jay Griffiths - Wild
- James Howard Kunstler - The Great Disruption
- J. Morris Hicks - Healthy Eating Healthy World
- Isabella Lovin - Silent Seas
- Jonathan Safran Fields - Eating Animals
- Elisabeth Kolbert - Field notes from a Catastrophe
- Peter Mass - Crude World
- David Montgomery - Dirt; The erosion of Civilisations
- Revolution - Russell Brand
- Yuval Hoah Harari - Sapiens; A brief history of mankind
- Jane Mayer - Dark Money
- Michael Pollan - The Omnivores Dilemma
- Amitav Ghosh - The Great Derangement
- Diane Ackerman - The Human Age
- Colin Tudge - The Secret Life off Trees
The Psychology Report - This podcast looks at how to tell the difference between fact and fiction on a ‘post-truth’ internet. A conversation between Sarb Johal and Prof. Sam Wineberg of Stanford University. The transcript is also up here as well as a link to the podcast.
FotoForensics - This site enables the user to input an image to see if any part of it has been edited or manipulated.
Snopes.com - This is a fact checking website which looks into the details behind news stories.
#keeponkimiora - A photographic project by Edith Amituanai working with children in Kimi Ora Community School, giving them the power to depict themselves in imagery.
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