tve is a not-for-profit which works with filmmakers and partners worldwide to make and distribute films that put the environment and sustainability on the global agenda. See the latest promo film of our work.

tve films

mekongtve produces innovative and vibrant documentaries, series, shorts and youth films, welcomed by media channels like Al Jazeera, MTV, The Guardian and CCTV – and acclaimed by viewers worldwide. Watch fifty full length documentaries from our archive available now.

Media projects

mekongtve‘s multimedia projects engage millions of global viewers and web users in the key sustainable development debates. We work with foundations, trusts, ngos, UN and other international agencies, financial institutions, and individuals to fund our projects and programmes. Find out more about films for change; future food; living on the go.

Inspiring young people globally

tvebiomoviestvebiomovies invites creative ideas on the big environmental challenges and offers the chance to make a short film. This year’s winning vlogs on climate action are available online and voting is now open for short films on soils and the green economy.

Sustainability, CSR and business

Ying He presents Propeller TV Innovation Award to Freya Burton of LanzaTech. Photo: Ken Rogerstve‘s Global Sustainability Film Awards enables companies worldwide to show how they are working towards a sustainable future and communicating innovative ideas through film. Ashden has commissioned us to produce films showcasing the sustainable energy initiatives which they have recognised through their prestigious global award.

Resources for teachers

Reframing Rio - Looting the Pacifictve‘s films offer engaging learning resources for schools and universities. Our Reframing Rio online educational package connects secondary students into the global sustainable development debate. Through work with London Grid for Learning we’re expanding our educational outreach.

Reaching viewers worldwide

Sino’s Greg Flucker, tve‘s Cheryl Campbell and Stefan Geyer, chair of the Permaculture Association. Photo: Lukas Luecktve works with partners, filmmakers and distributors around the world to make and distribute our films – it means they are seen under forest canopies and through community screenings, as well as online, on national, regional and global television. We partner with Sino on regular radio shows.