Karen and Ralf Meyer founded Green Fire Productions in 1989 to produce communication tools that advance conservation and social justice issues. Since then they have produced dozens of award-winning films that are used worldwide by NGOs, agencies, businesses, educators, industry associations, First Nations and Native American tribes and have aired on PBS. The results: people deciding to restore and protect the lands, rivers, wildlife and seas around them.
Green Fire uses the power of film to move audiences to action and influence decision makers on important conservation issues. What have they learned over the past three decades? Solution-oriented stories, told by people implementing on-the-ground-changes are the most effective way to help audiences learn what has worked for others and could work for them as well. By witnessing unlikely allies working together to find solutions that benefit ecosystems, economies and communities, audiences are inspired to work toward lasting change.
Over the past 30 years, the Green Fire team has captured inspiring stories about many contentious issues, and the films have played a significant role in conservation. These stories show a path toward sustainability and how people across the country are using cutting-edge, yet practical methods to balance conservation and stewardship with making a living off the land and sea. Films include:
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