What is The Green Channel?
The Green Channel is an online streaming service that showcases compelling, investigative and thought-provoking environmental films. We’re a subscription-based service and are completely ad-free, so you can focus on the good bits without any distractions. Learn more about us.
What makes The Green Channel unique?
When you sign up for The Green Channel, you are helping the environment. We believe the first step to solving an environmental problem is knowing about it. Your subscription fees support the making of environmental content. We offer carefully hand-picked content that's hard to find anywhere else online, and we do it while committing to help fund the future of environmental film.
How do you fund environmental filmmaking?
Simply by buying environmental films, we support the filmmakers that create them. As our subscriber base grows, so will our license fees. Our subscribers can also make an additional donation to any one of our filmmakers. Any amount, any time and we will pass the donation on to your favourite filmmaker.
How do I help you choose who to fund?
When you sign up, choose a film or filmmaker that’s important to you and write their name in the How did you hear about us? box. We’ll give that filmmaker a bonus on their fees.
What else do you do with the subscription fees?
We use subscription fees to commission original content, to remaster old films that might otherwise be lost in the digital age, and to digitize raw footage of compelling public interest. We are also adding APP's to improve access to our library on most devices.
What kind of content do you feature?
The Green Channel looks for award-winning films that give a voice to all living things. From films about climate change and endangered species to ones about salmon fisheries and food sustainability: you’ll find insightful analysis about, and creative solutions to, some of today’s most pressing environmental questions. We’re also proud of our selection of remastered older films and of our hundreds of hours of raw, unedited footage documenting environmental events of public interest. And we are expanding our library to include series, dramas and children's programs.
How often do you add new films?
We add new content weekly, especially on Wednesdays!
How do I subscribe?
Subscribing is easy! Fill out the subscription form and start enjoying amazing films today. We’re so sure you’ll love us, we’re even giving you seven free days to explore what we have to offer.
What if I'm a teacher and would like to show one of your films to my class?
The Green Channel strives to be a unique resource for educators and students. We believe knowledge drives change. We are proud to offer unique content of public and educational interest, such as raw, uncensored footage of key environmental events. Get in touch if you would like to book a community or institutional screening or are interested in a group subscription.
How do I use The Green Channel?
Watching films should be simple. When you sign up, you’ll get immediate access to hundreds of hours of content. Simply sign in and browse films by category right on the Watch A Film page. Click on the icon of the film you want to watch, and stream your film right from your browser.
How do I get the best playback experience? Do I need special software?
How do I cancel my subscription?
We're sorry to see you go! But if you must, please login, go to your profile page, and follow the instructions for cancelling your account.
Who's behind The Green Channel?
Scott Renyard, a seasoned filmmaker and scientist who writes, produces, and directs award-winning ecological documentaries through the Canadian company, Juggernaut Pictures, founded The Green Channel. Scott has worked on over 200 films and TV projects over his 30 plus year film career. He has dedicated the last 20 years to films and projects focused on environmental issues. Scott's most recent films include: Trial of An Iconic Species, The Unofficial Trial of Alexandra Morton, and The Pristine Coast.
Scott also believes that its just important to protect the independence of filmmakers and their stories as it is to protect the environment. So he decided to create The Green Channel with the hope that the Channel would provide a way for all of us to hear fresh, new ideas and stories about environmental concerns.
When he’s not building The Green Channel, you’ll find Scott creating new films or volunteering as a streamkeeper in the Squamish River watershed.
What if I have more questions?
Don't be shy. Get in touch on our contact page.
How do I submit a film?
We're excited to hear your voice! Please see our page on film submissions.
What's in store for the future?
We dream big. More films, more subjects, and more viewpoints are all in the cards. We’re also building APP's so that there are more ways for you to view The Green Channel content. Something specific you’d like to see? Let us know! We love chatting with others who care about the earth as much as we do.