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The Ghost Rainforest
Told from the perspective of indigenous activist Narubia Werreria, ‘The Ghost Rainforest’ follows a group of five indigenous leaders and activists from the Amazon, making an emotionally charged and once in a lifetime journey to a little known and desperately rare temperate rainforest habitat in Scotland.
Aguilucho: Dance of the Harpy Eagle
When a rare Harpy Eagle nest is discovered near the Emberá tribe of Playa Muerto, the tribe finds an unlikely ally.
Living With Lions
Growing up in Kenya, the only images of conservationists Resson Kantai Duff ever saw were of those she calls “the pale and the male.” She never saw anyone who looked like herself.
The Lost Salmon
'The Lost Salmon' chronicles the plight and potential recovery of the iconic Spring-run Chinook Salmon of the Pacific Northwest.
The Letter: A Message for Our Earth
The Letter: A Message for our Earth, tells the story about the Pope’s call to care for our planet.
Seagrass For Sea Change
The shallow waters off Australia’s shores once supported vast meadows of seagrasses that can be as critical to biodiversity as any coral reef or rainforest, but have been dangerously degraded by centuries of industrialization.
Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor
Through the voices of farmers, fishermen, ranchers and conservationists, Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor offers a glimpse into one of America's most unique and complex conservation opportunities, and highlights the need to collaborate to ensure its survival.

An Off The Fence Productions and Laudato Si Movement co-production for Youtube Originals, PBS and Earth X

The Letter: A Message for our Earth, tells the story about the Pope’s call to care for our planet.

In 2015, Pope Francis wrote Laudato Si’, a letter to every single person in the world confronting the looming calamity of human impact on Earth and ourselves. It is one of the most ambitious and revolutionary papal statements in history, since it is directed not just to Catholics, but to everyone on the planet and it outlines the most critical environmental and social issues that we collectively face as human beings.

There are four ‘voices’ that Pope Francis calls specifically for in Laudato Si’: the Voice of the Poor, the Voice of the Indigenous, the Voice of Youth and the Voice of Wildlife. Voices that are too often not listened to in today’s world. We witness a series of letters exit the Vatican, travelling across the globe, to Senegal, Brasil, India and Hawaii. These letters are inviting five remarkable human beings to an unprecedented dialogue with Pope Francis. A dialogue where we become active participants in the creation of a society where we are caretakers - rather than owners – of this planet we call home.

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  • Runtime
    81 minutes
  • Language
    English, Spanish, Wolof, Pulaar, Italian, Hindi, Portuguese, French
  • Country
    Holy See (Vatican City State), Brazil, India, Senegal, United States, Italy