SnagFilms Environmental Film Festival

Watch more than 300 documentaries for free at SnagFilms, a Web site that is "committed to finding the world‘s most compelling documentaries, whether from established heavyweights or first-time filmmakers."

Its environmental section features films ranging in length from 9 minutes to 49 minutes, and covers such topics as emperor penguins and climate change, colony collapse disorder, and coal-burning power plants. The best part? You can share these films with others by embedding in the form of widgets anywhere on your blog, MySpace, or Facebook.More environmental films
Earthwatching: Seen Any Good Green Movies Lately?
Monstrous Harvest: "The World According to Monsanto" Movie Review
Permaaculture: Permanent Agriculture (& a Mini Movie)
Escape from Suburbia: The Movie
"Sweet Land": The Latest Carbon-Neutral Movie Production
Movie Review: Dr. Bronner's Magic Soapbox
Everything's Cool: A Real Life Disaster Movie
A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash

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