1/1

ACTION CAMPAIGN FOR ICE ON FIRE - CATCHING CARBON SERIES ONE

Tree Media Foundation is supporting a carbon (CO2) drawdown initiative that includes trees, kelp and biochar and also direct air capture machines that will turn carbon into rock.  Inspired by the film, Ice on Fire, and the fact that climate change can be reversed by sequestering carbon, a Catching Carbon initiative has been created that will allow everyday people to be part of the solution. Guided by recent findings of the International Panel on Climate Change, Ice on Fire scientists and other respected researchers, we are rolling out our first issue: SERIES ONE of carbon capturing projects. We have selected projects with global connections and a demonstrated success in providing multiple, simultaneous and profound environmental benefits. People can help these projects get installed and working.  Natural solutions to climate disruption can help us achieve 37 percent of our climate target, buying us time to make the critically necessary changes in energy production and use. For more information on Catching Carbon -->

 

POLLINATOR SERIES - 1st EPISODE LAUNCHES AT THE SMITHSONIAN

2 MORE EPISODES ADDED

Tree Media Foundation is working with the USDA, the US Forest Service, the Farm Service Agency, Bureau of Land Management, the Smithsonian and many other partners, to bring to the public a series of short films about the plight of the pollinators and how to help them thrive again. Pollinators Under Pressure, directed by Mathew Schmid and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, lauched Spring 2018.  The films will be free to the public for education and awareness.   The first episode has been nomianted for a Cinema for Peace Award in Berlin, 2019.  The second episode, now in production, is Farms and Pollinators Under Pressure with the USDA.  The third episode will be done in conjunction with EPRI on the work that power companies are doing to create pollinator habitat under powerlines.  http://www.pollinatorsunderpressure.org

 

1/1

BIOMIMICRY

Biomimicry, the practice of looking deeply into nature for solutions to engineering, design and other challenges, has inspired a film - free to the public - about it's ground-breaking vision for creating a long-term, sustainable world. This film covers how mimicking nature solves some of our most pressing problems, from reducing carbon emissions to saving water; and gives Janine the space to explain these subtle yet powerful solutions.  The 20-minute film, titled Biomimicry features Janine Benyus, is brought to you by Leonardo DiCaprio, Executive Producer Oliver Stanton, and directed by Leila Conners, produced by Mathew Schmid and Bryony Schwan, with Executive Producers Roee Sharon Peled and George DiCaprio.  Film here >> For more information on Biomimicry: biomimicry.org    

 

1/1

GREEN WORLD RISING SERIES

 

Green World Rising is a series of short films on the state of climate and solutions to the climate crisis. All the films of Green World Rising are for global distribution, free to the public and hold a Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International.  Green World Rising is brought to you by the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and Tree Media Foundation. The series is narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, presented by Thom Hartmann and directed by Leila Conners.  Executive Producers are George DiCaprio, Earl Katz and Roee Sharon Peled, and produced by Mathew Schmid.  All four films are now live and they are: Carbon, Last Hours, and Green World Rising and Restoration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tree Foundation News

NEWS - SUMMER 2019

CATCHING CARBON SERIES ONE, launches to support carbon drawdown. An action campaign inspired by Ice on Fire, documentary released by HBO and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, directed by Leila Conners, produced by Mathew Schmid, Executive Producer George DiCaprio.

RITTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

Our farms in schools program just completed our first farm @ Ritter Elementary in Watts!    More information here >>

NEWS - WINTER 2019

POLLINATORS UNDER PRESSURE, Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, and directed by Mathew Schmid, nominated for a Cinema for Peace Award in Berlin 2019.

NEWS - SPRING 2018

POLLINATORS UNDER PRESSURE, the first film in a short film series on pollinators, in launching in Washington DC for the US Forest Service and the USDA.   Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio.

NEWS -WINTER 2018

POLLINATOR SERIES in production for the US Forest Service and the USDA.

NEWS - SPRING 2017

Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation supports the educational outreach through community screenings of We the People 2.0

 

NEWS - FALL 2016
BIOMIMICRY FILM plays Bioneers 2016.  FATHER JOSEPH film in distribution, for more info and the trailer >> 

NEWS - SUMMER 2016

FILM ON THE RITTER GARDEN HERE >   POLLINATOR SERIES now in production with the USDA.  BIOMIMICRY FILM LAUNCHED

 

NEWS - SPRING 2015

RESTORATION, the 4th in the Green World Rising series narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio LAUNCHED >>
 

NEWS - FALL 2014

10/29/14 > The third film in the GREEN WORLD RISING series narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio launches this week.  

NEWS -  10/29/14
Tree Foundation supports the film project FATHER JOSEPH about the work of Father Joseph in Haiti and the Fonkoze Bank including the reforestation of Haiti among other work there. 

 

NEWS -  SUMMER 2014

8/11/14 > Our farms in schools program just completed our first farm @ Ritter Elementary in Watts!   

Sneak Preview Picture >

 

NEWS - 8/18/14
GREEN WORLD RISING SERIES launching with Leonardo DiCaprio narrating MORE >

Screen Shot 2019-08-24 at 4.12.39 PM.png

Watch the transformation below!

Tree Media Foundation  ·  Phone: 310.395.8749  ·  treefoundation@treemedia.com
© 2019 Tree Media Foundation. All rights reserved

Tree Media Foundation is a Non Profit Organization 501(c)3 that supports education, programs and activities in environmental sustainability.   We also support activities and programs that incorporate thinking in deep ecology, human development and consciousness.

Tree Media Foundation  ·  Phone: 310.395.8749  ·  treefoundation@treemedia.com
© 2019 Tree Media Foundation. All rights reserved

  • Facebook
  • Twitter