Let’s get to work
Stories are perhaps the most proven and effective tools we have to communicate, educate, and mobilize for change. Get inspired by these tools, resources, case studies, stories, and guides from The Redford Center and our colleagues and collaborators in the environmental storytelling movement.
Education is the first step to action
In carrying forward the Redford family ideals, we prioritize a transformative learning culture and share the knowledge we gain, in the interest of growing the environmental storytelling field. Our Resource Library includes reports, toolkits, glossaries, and guides from The Redford Center and many other industry leaders.
Insights and perspectives from our community
How do we show up in this work? Our Insight articles include perspectives from the Redford Center community, including our leadership, team, board, network of filmmakers, environmental experts, community activists and leaders, and other special guest contributors.
Watch and connect with our free screening series
Friday Night Films is The Redford Center’s free documentary screening series. We share films curated from our network of storytellers and connect each feature with opportunities to get involved in meaningful and timely environmental issues.
Convening and gathering
Beginning with our first convening of policymakers and storytellers at the Sundance Preserve in 2005, we look forward to every opportunity to come together with community. Take a look at our calendar of upcoming events.
“We need marine biologists, we need filmmakers, we need storytellers, we need chemists, we need economists. We need all sorts of people to come together to solve the environmental challenges we face.”
Dr. Madhavi Colton