Climate Change

Climate Change demonstrates once more how insignificant the artificial borders we have established as a society really are, when the livelihood of our entire planet, and thus our own species, is at stake. The UFM media library collects the most important audiovisual contributions to the global discourse about the climate crisis, because we believe striving for real climate Justice means everyone needs to be heard.

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Films from verifiable sources.


Creative Films from directors around the world.

2022 UFM Festival Entries

Feature Films


Climate Change In Latin America

Latin America's climate is changing. Precipitation patterns are shifting, temperatures are rising, and some areas are experiencing changes in the frequency and severity of weather extremes such as heavy rains. The impacts range from melting Andean glaciers to devastating floods and droughts.

Climate Change: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Climate Change Explained

To discuss a real doable solution, we first need to understand the problem. Here a collection that could tell people, how should we understand climate change?

Climate Change Awareness

The climate crisis is impending. Therefore awareness raising is a important component of the adaptation process manage the impact of climate change.

Climate Change In Africa

Africa, like the rest of the world has been experiencing negative impacts of global warming and climate change. Over the past decades, there has been increased incidents of cyclones, droughts, heatwaves, cold waves, flooding, wildfires, irregular rainfalls patterns and spread of disease.

Climate Change The Ways Out

Reality: What Is Happening?

We know it’s happening, and we know why: carbon pollution from fossil fuels is warming our planet and throwing natural systems out of balance. You don’t have to look far to see the results. Hotter temperatures, extreme weathers, rising sea levels, and so much more, threatening the health of our families and the future we pass on to generations to come.

The Future We Can And Must Choose: Save Our Planet From Climate Change

A lot has changed since we first heard about the possible impacts of climate change. Starting with the Rio Earth Summit, then the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement, action on a global scale is accelerating. Now more than ever, it's important that we use our actions, our votes and our voices to tell the world that action on climate is absolutely necessary.

Climate Change In Asia

The impacts of extreme weather and climate change across Asia have caused the loss of thousands of lives, displaced millions of people, and cost hundreds of billions of dollars, while taking a heavy toll on infrastructure and ecosystems. According to a new multi-agency report coordinated by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), sustainable development is threatened, with food and water insecurity, health risks and environmental degradation all on the rise.

Climate Change In North America

North America has more capacity to adapt to climate change than most other continents. ... Coastal development and pollution will interact with climate change impacts to stress coastal communities and habitats. Storm impacts are likely to be more severe, thanks to rising sea levels, along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.

Have we missed a great film?
Didn't pay attention to an important statement online?

Then by all means please send us a link to a climate-change-related film (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo). We will review each film and then include the best ones into the Media Library.

If you want to send us a downloadable link (WeTransfer, Google Drive) of your own climate-change-related film, please include a statement of approval that we may incorporate it into the Media Library.

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