Mary Ellen Hannibal
Fighting Climate Change with Feeling
The 2022 Redford Center Stories film challenge winners believe emotions are the key to get people excited about the environment.
Bringing Activism Home to Roost
Middle school filmmaker spotlights the plight of birds in his home state.
Youth Activists Push Schools’ Retirement Fund to Divest
Redford Center Stories highest distinction film focuses on the financial side of fighting climate change.
To the Passionate Youth: Why Wait?
Eloise Sent’s Redford Center Stories film entry says that young people can change the world right now—so don’t wait.
“Even Little Things” Add Up to Justice
Redford Center Stories Highest Distinction prizewinner highlights how small actions can have big impacts.
How to Take Back the Power to Change the World
Redford Center Stories Grand Prize-winning film spotlights ways even a tiny ripple can change the narrative.
Film Contest Gives Young Environmental Activists a Voice
Middle schoolers Annabelle VanderMarck and Piper Lasater won the Nautilus Science Prize in the Redford Center Stories film contest.
How Surprising Connections Can Save the Ocean
Marine biologist Heather Koldewey on conservation, seahorses, and the importance of cross-discipline work.
The Problem in the Lab
A new film shines a light on the discrimination women often face in science practice.
3-D Printed Statues in Central Park Shine a Light on Women Scientists
The pop-up sampling is part of a larger exhibit of 120 depictions of women scientists.