Entries by Dayna Reggero

photo series: 17 humans around the world working for climate hope

The recent IPCC climate report shares a grim forecast for the future of humanity. Is there hope? My latest Climate Listening Project photo series, Voices of Hope for Forests, features individuals from Indonesia, Mozambique, Tasmania, China, Bolivia, Canada, Russia, Germany, Italy, Paraguay, Scotland, England, and United States – all working together to protect forests and […]

new virtual reality film

“Standing Forests” : NEW Virtual Reality Film This 360 video in collaboration with Dogwood Alliance takes you to a standing forest and reveals what is happening to forests throughout the Southern United States and around the world. The film is now available to watch free on VEER TV, the leading global VR content platform. Watch and […]

climate listening project + national geographic

After traveling and listening to so many truths for nearly five years, I am re-launching the Climate Listening Project with a new vision. You can follow along with me on my expeditions on National Geographic Open Explorer: https://openexplorer.nationalgeographic.com/expedition/climatelisteningproject I will be focusing the Climate Listening Project not only on our changing climate, but how we are changing […]

new short film! building climate hope at home

I’m thrilled to share my latest collaborative Climate Listening Project compilation documentary film showcasing how one community is “Building Climate Hope at Home”! Watch: We’re connected to each other through the places we call home. Climate change is impacting the places we live, the places we love. The Green Built Alliance in Western North Carolina […]

witnessing change video competition

Submit your short film for the 2018 Witnessing Change Video Competition! What is your climate story? What are the climate change impacts that are already happening in your community? How is your community reducing factors contributing to climate change? What are the local measures your community is taking to become more resilient to climate change? […]

magazine feature – sustainability and diversity go hand in hand

Thanks to Denver University Magazine for covering “Who Gets to Thrive: Issues of Sustainability and Diversity go Hand in Hand. It is an honor to be included in this issue. We absolutely can not talk about sustainability without real equity and inclusion. And, these conversations need to be about 1. who is currently the most […]

woman director awareness month

Thanks to Directed by Women for including me in Woman Director Awareness Month! This month, we are celebrating women film directors around the world. Join the Directed by Women Worldwide Film Viewing Party September 1 – 30, 2018 at an event near you or just watch films directed by women in the theater or at home! I […]

winner storyteller award – best documentary film

I won the Storyteller Award for Best Documentary Film at the Micropolitan Film Festival! I am so honored to help share these women’s stories. Thank you to the Micropolitan Film Festival judges, Moms Clean Air Force for making this national listening tour happen, and to the team Francine Cavanaugh, Adams Wood, and all who helped […]

global gathering for forests

I was honored to join the Environmental Paper Network this month to capture photographs and listen at a global gathering for forests. It was an amazing experience to join individuals from around the world – Indonesia, Mozambique, Tasmania, China, Bolivia, Chile, Canada, Russia, Germany, Italy, Paraguay, Scotland, England, and United States – all from great organizations […]

official selection: micropolitan film festival

I’m excited to announce that our web series “The Story We Want” has been honored as an Official Selection for the Micropolitan Film Festival! The film series will screen on August 11, at 7pm in the Greenlee Theatre at McDowell Arts Council (50 S Main St. Marion NC 28752). About “The Story We Want” : Dayna […]