sustainability

Videos

Timberland - Nature Needs Heroes
2:12

All For Change

What does sustainable fashion mean to you? We meet individuals changing what it means to create a more sustainable fashion footprint, especially in a city such as New York. In partnership with Timberland.
Timberland - Nature Needs Heroes
2:26

Catching Up With Giants

Does living in a city mean you can't be one with nature? We meet two people changing the narrative of how to access green spaces in New York and how everyone can get involved in creating a greener lifestyle. In partnership with Timberland.
Daily VICE
4:11

Why Grey Squirrel Is on This Restaurant's Menu

We speak to the founders of Native restaurant in London, England about why they decided to put grey squirrel on their menu and how it's part of the ethics of their Borough Market kitchen.
VICE Canada Reports
30:56

Welcome to Poole's Land, an Anarchist Commune in the Canadian Rainforest

VICE’s Manisha Krishnan traveled to Poole's Land, a remote oceanside community where young people live in anarchy, to figure out why they decided to move there and try out the lifestyle for herself.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
4:10

Bird Poo On Wind Turbines Is A Problem Solved By High Tech Scarecrows

High tech scarecrows are solving bird poop problem on wind turbines
VICE Impact Spotlight
1:25

The End of Waste in San Francisco

San Francisco has one of the most progressive waste management programs in the US. But for the city, trash is just the beginning.
VICE INTL / Clip
22:11

China's Edible Insect Industry (Part 2/2)

We trekked to China to explore the country's edible insect industry and explored the financial and sustainability benefits of harvesting and cooking up bugs.
VICE Labs
1:00

The Trash Tee

Fashion is the second most polluting industry in the world. Clothes made from 100% recycled cotton could help change that.
Munchies Specials
5:46

Edible Education

We pay a visit to Edible Schoolyard NYC to see the program's seed to table educational experience at work.
Politics of Food
36:12

Eating Bluefin Tuna Into Extinction

Follow the trail of the threatened Pacific bluefin tuna to find out if our appetite for sushi just might end up devouring this diamond of the sea.
The Process / web
7:42

Snarkitecture's Million Ball Beach

We follow Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen's art and architecture collective, Snarkitecture as they take over the National Building Museum.