We love food. We love food that is in sync with the environment even more. Get to the bottom of the issues of food justice and sustainability, then see what you can do to take action.
MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH OUR COMMUNITY PARTNERS
MAKE A PLEDGE
Here are some ways to get involved:
- Host a food drive at your school, workplace or next event: One in four people in San Francisco and Marin experience hunger.
- Vote with our forks three times a day: Ideas to support our farmers, our environment & our health.
- Grow your own food: Did you know it's possible to grow bananas in San Francisco? From a tiny basil plant or an indoor dwarf lemon tree to a whole plot for veggies, we can all do our bit to grow local.
- Pledge to reduce food waste: An American family of four throws away an average of $1,600 annually in food.
Green Speak Out! at the Festival
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A perfect storm is brewing as agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler races against time to protect the future of our food. From Rome to Russia and, finally, a remote island under the Arctic Circle, Fowler's passionate and personal journey may hold the key to save a resource we cannot live without: our seeds.
Lunch Love Community is a beautiful and engaging new documentary that explores how a diverse group of pioneering Berkeley parents and activists came together to tackle food reform and food justice in the neighborhood and schools.
With stunning footage of Antarctica's unique landscapes and wildlife, The Last Ocean profiles the international battle over commercial fishing for Chilean Sea Bass in the Ross Sea, the last untouched ocean on earth.
Brazil is facing a health care drama: one in every three children are overweight and 15% are obese. Hear directly from the children that are facing up to their health problems and their struggle, alongside families and experts, to live a healthy lifestyle.
Journey to the world of bananas! A delicious blend of video art and ethnographic film exploring the personal, cultural, and environmental importance of bananas and the age-old connection between people and plants.
Based on Jonathan Franzen’s essay in The New Yorker, this powerful documentary shows the secret struggle to save the millions of songbirds that are illegally poached each year in the Mediterranean.
Here's the A-Z of shorts screened at the 3rd San Francisco Green Film Festival.
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For many Americans, the bicycle is a choice. An expensive toy. An eco-conscious mode of transportation. For countless others across the globe, it is much more. A story about how the bicycle can change the world—one pedal stroke at a time.