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"Such an informative well balanced film, so much work to be done. Amazing to see ideas and innovations abounding in Cornwall"
Susan Cousins
"Saw the film last night. An amazing project. Hope the roll out to schools gets going soon."
Sue Allen
"Brilliant first film so inspiring. It gives one hope for the future when so many human activities out there are destroying our fragile and precious planet."
Anthony Davies
"I'm pleased to support this really important initiative to get the message out, particularly to young people."
Chris Giles
"First class film. Brilliantly assembled. Messages come across loud and clear."
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Cornwall’s Climate Stories is a series of documentaries highlighting the impacts of climate change already being felt across Cornwall, as well as the fantastic local businesses, researchers and community groups working hard to prepare us for the challenges coming our way.

Climate change is going to impact us here in ways beyond just extreme weather and sea level rise. The films focus on specific themes, from housing, transport and fishing to energy, health and farming, looking at how these will be affected in the future.

The series, being produced over the next three years, will also showcase some possible visions of a surprisingly different future - with beavers being used to re-engineer Cornish rivers and prevent flooding, cattle slurry turned into green fuel and our fields growing new crops like sunflowers and sweet potatoes.

We screen our films at community events, schools and colleges the length and breadth of the Duchy, as well as online. The aim is to get local conversations started and motivate people by showing how Cornwall’s natural resources and ingenuity could make us a great example for the rest of the UK to follow on the critical journey to a low carbon future.

Would you like to host your own community screening, using one of our step-by-step screening packs? Or would you like us to deliver a discussion event or workshop in your community or school? If so please get in touch!

If we’re to have a chance of staying within safe climate limits, then all of us will have to be on board. We’re passionate about doing our part to make that happen.

If you have a Cornish climate story you think we should be telling please let us know.

(Many thanks to Fergus Kennedy for use of the fantastic stormy waves footage above).

Our latest Release

Power To The People

View the Trailer below

We'll be holding multiple preview screenings of this film across Cornwall, followed by Q&As with the filmmakers and expert contributors.  Click on the links below to book your ticket!

25th April 2024

Screening at The Regal, Wadebridge followed by Q&A
Doors open at 19:30, film screening 19:45

Get your tickets here - Wadebridge Screening

30th April 2024

Screening at The Savoy, Penzance followed by Q&A
Doors open at 19:30, film screening 19:45

Get your tickets here - Penzance Screening

2nd May 2024

Screening at The Plaza Cinema, Truro followed by Q&A
Doors open at 19:30, film screening 19:45

Get your tickets here - Truro Screening

9th May 2024

Screening at Calstock Arts followed by Q&A
Starts at 19:30

Tickets available on the door or here - Calstock Arts Screening

30th June 2024

Screening at Maker-with-Rame Community Hall, Kingsand, with Q&A
Doors open at 19:00 screening at 19:30

Tickets available from Kingsand Spar (from 1 June) or here

Go to this film's page

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Cornwall Sustainability Awards 2023
Runner Up: Carbon Neutral Category

Westcountry Women Awards 2023

Westcountry Women Awards 2023
Runner Up: Green Business of the Year

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We're delighted to have been invited to become one of the early contributors to Open Planet - a hugely important new project that will be building up an ever-expanding global library of world-class footage, images, science and geospatial data to chart the changes to our planet over the next decade.

Open Planet is a partnership between Studio Silverback and Carnegie Mellon University's CREATE Lab.

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Cornwall Climate Care is proud to be a signatory to the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty, signed by hundreds of thousands of individuals, organisations and scientists, calling for an end to fossil fuel use and a just transition away from coal, oil and gas. Please read about this important initiative and consider signing yourself at fossilfueltreaty.org

Funding

Each of our 30-minute documentaries takes around six months to complete and costs around £30,000. This includes the full production costs, community outreach and creation of screening packs and educational materials.

We launched this project with a generous bequest from a private individual who cared deeply about nature and the environment.

We have also raised over £40,000 through two very successful Crowdfunder campaigns.

We are also enormously grateful to the following funders for their generous support:

Natural England

National Lottery Community Fund

Aviva Community Fund

Cornwall Council Carbon Neutral Fund

Cornwall Council Climate Fund

Cornwall Community Fund

Carew Pole Charitable Trust

Digital Plymouth iMayflower Fund

Creative Cornwall Calling Fund

LocalGiving's Magic Little Grants and the Postcode Local Trust

Cornwall Catchment Partnership

If you would like to help us to engage with communities and young people on this issue in Cornwall and beyond, please click below and donate. Thank you.