Faith and Climate Change EDU

  • Overview: When Andrew Farley and Katharine Hayhoe first met, she'd never known anyone who didn't believe in climate change, and he'd never met anyone who shared his faith, but believed the climate was changing.

    In 2015, Planet.org launched a "campaign for Earth" on Facebook, in an effort to raise awareness on the issue of Climate Change. Director John Fiege presented this film made in collaboration with the Future of StoryTelling Community.

    Class Suggestions: This is a perfect first project for student editors. The topic is interesting. There are lots of short interviews from well speaking subjects, who have interesting thoughts. Recommended for all schools.

    • Beginner - Intermediate Difficulty
  • Technical Details:

    • Download a sample clip.
    • 152 Minutes of footage (5.GB Download).
    • Optional ProRes, RED, or DNxHD. (requires shipping.)
    • Licensing for any number of students on a single campus.
    • Students can use this footage on their demo reels or on youtube.
  • Rated G

    Faith and Climate Change was given a G rating by EditStock because there is no adult language or story themes. In fact, the theme should encourage a robust classroom discussion.  We believe that this film is appropriate for all colleges and high schools.

    EditStock's ratings are based on the guidelines set forth by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rating system. These ratings are issued by EditStock, and NOT the MPAA.

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Screen Shots from Faith and Climate Change EDU


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