Welcome to PGA Green! Want to recycle that prop? Need ideas on how to wean your crew off bottled water? You’ve come to the right place. The world is changing and the entertainment industry is getting greener. We’d like to make it a little easier (and a little more fun) by giving PGA members and non-members alike access to some useful tips, a searchable green vendor list, like minds and more. Poke around and tell us what you think.

Symphony of Soil panelSymphony of the Soil is a documentary feature film that was brought to PGA Green screening committee co-chair Ahuvi Goldin's attention by PGA Green Committee member Jane Evans- Head of Physical Production at DreamWorks Studios. Goldin produced the informative PGA screening and panel event.

The film explores the complexity and mystery of soil and was filmed on four continents, sharing the voices of some of the world's most esteemed soil scientists, farmers and activists.  The film portrays soil as the protagonist of our planetary story.

Climate ChangeWhile climate change has become a familiar topic for documentaries, it's conspicuously absent from other genres of TV, film and new media.  In fact, the Hollywood Health & Society (HH&S) program at USC's Norman Lear Center tracked over 3,000 primetime TV storylines last year and found that less than 1 percent of those storylines contained any mention of climate change, global warming, renewable energy or sustainability.

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Green Production Guide

Green Production Guide - Featuring nearly 2,000 companies that provide sustainable and energy saving products and services for film, television and commercial productions, The Green Production Guide aims to take all media green one set at a time.