Though Win and his Grams are growing weary of life in a temporary camp, they never tire of each others' jokes. In a world of floods and fires, they are family, and Win will get his Grams to her lucky spot at bingo through hell and highwater.
Tkaronto/Toronto, Canada + Los Angeles, US
A couple leave outraged reviews about products delivered by Amazon, while climate chaos swishes into their home... Their responses to their escalating crisis become increasingly absurd, topped only by the absurdity of Amazon’s tactics to thwart them.
Ram Ganesh Kamatham
Somewhere in the Indian Ocean, a nuclear submarine carries out a deterrence patrol. Bizarre new orders arrive and two sonar operators must face existential threats. Will they rise to the challenge, or are they in over their heads?
A showdown between an environmental activist and a local community leader overseeing the felling of a 500 year old tree. Who will have the last word?
Lands of the Larrakia People/ Darwin, Australia
Nanna and Pop are horrified to learn about climate change from their granddaughter. Should they get their hearing aids adjusted or did she just talk about cows farting?
Bruce Gibbons Fell
Viña del Mar, Chile
A real estate agent manages to sell a coastal mansion, even though waves will eventually lap in to the bedroom - "It’s a soundtrack to sleep by”. What lengths will the realtor go to after she's fired for selling it way below price? And who was the mysterious buyer?
Esperanza Soto welcomes new recruits to a U.S. drone centre. Run entirely on wind energy, the centre is part of the U.S. Army’s Green Military Movement. One of the drone operators is a climate refugee from Vancouver. What choices will she make when climate refugees attempt to cross the border from Mexico?
Port Louis, Mauritius
A day in the lives of Mayor Toad, big boss Peahen and a hard-working assistant Ant. They launch a clean energy project designed to better lives. But when Tortoise asks some difficult questions about who gets the benefits and who feels the impacts, sparks are sure to fly.
A father takes his eleven-year-old son on a road trip to protest decades of environmental racism in their rural Black Nova Scotian community. They shift between playful and serious as they discuss ways of bringing about meaningful change, in the wake of the Africville apology.
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