The Planet Part 1 Category: Documentaries A Link viewer favorite, this documentary attempts to correct our use of the term climate change, arguing that what humanity really faces is change to all aspects of the biosphere, including loss of resources.
The Planet Part 2 Category: Documentaries This episode of Link's special presentation of The Planet looks at the toll economic growth takes on the planet. While the world's population continues to grow, the earth’s resources, particularly of food and water, remain finite.
The Planet Part 3 Category: Documentaries This episode of The Planet examines the danger posed by the looming mass extinction of animals and plants, brought about by man-made changes to the landscape.
The Planet Part 4 Category: Documentaries Watch this special presentation of Link's popular series, The Planet! This final episode hypothesizes about the future -- what can we do to stop the pending disaster that will come with drastic global climate change?
Raj Patel: The Value of Nothing Category: Documentaries What if instead of paying $2 for a fast-food hamburger, you had to pay $200? Would it be worth it? Find out from author and activist Raj Patel what's really behind the value - and social cost - of everyday items.
6 Billion Others 6 Billion Others is a Yann Arthus-Bertrand video exhibition featuring a collection of thousands of short testimonies from men and women all around the world.
The Listening Project Category: Documentaries What does America mean to you? The Listening Project is a captivating cinematic journey around the world in search of the meaning of America.
Special: The Yes Men Return Category: Documentaries Meet the Yes Men, any corporation's PR nightmare. Watch as these two notorious characters impersonate WTO representatives in the original documentary, The Yes Men. And stay tuned for an exclusive interview and clips from their upcoming film!
Special: Capitalism Hits the Fan Category: Documentaries In this hard-hitting documentary, renowned economist Richard Wolff explains the origins and scope of the economic meltdown we're in. Is it almost over? Or are there further catastrophes ahead?
The Take Category: Documentaries In suburban Buenos Aires, unemployed auto-parts workers walk into their idle factory and refuse to leave. All they want is to restart the silent machines. But this simple act - "The Take" - has the power to turn the globalization debate on its head.
Special: The American Ruling Class Category: Documentaries This Link TV special features the world's first "dramatic-documentary-musical", exploring America's most taboo topic: class, power and privilege in this nominally democratic republic.
Good Copy Bad Copy Category: Documentaries An energetic examination of copyright in the modern world. From the film industry of Nigeria, to the remix backrooms of Brazil, this doc interviews leading business figures and DJs about the future of creative work.