We are a free multimedia platform for educators and students. Through our immersive storytelling and curricula, we aim to plant seeds of empathy, interconnectedness, and a sacred relationship with our planet. Use our award-winning films, photo essays, and essays to learn about social, cultural, and environmental issues from individuals and communities worldwide. For grades 3-12, our stories and lessons encourage students to broaden their perspectives and worldviews while fostering universal human values and respect for the living world. We aim to bring universal values into the lives of educators and students.
Experience Our Storytelling
Watch this short video to learn more about the stories we tell.
Student Winners and Finalists: The Environment Is in You
In what ways is climate change impacting the place where you live?
In this contest, students documented the fragility, hope, and future of our planet’s ecosystem due to climate change. Inspired by four environmental writers—Linda Hogan, Robert Hass, Wendell Berry, and Dara McAnulty—students explored changes to local systems, how the environment shapes our identity, and how our actions and awareness today can impact the future.
These five shorts films follows five Native American communities who are restoring their traditional land management practices.
How might stories act as keys allowing us access to challenge, examine, uproot, and illumine our habits and fears?
This feature shares the stories of four Indigenous communities in California who are working to revitalize their languages and cultures in order to pass them on to the next generation.
Stories Exploring Climate Change
This photo essay explores our relationship to nature and the consequences of global climate change through images of a rapidly melting glacier in the Alps.
Learn the story of Kiribati, where rising seas are forcing this entire island nation to relocate.
Celebrating Student Artwork: New Student Gallery
Encourage thoughtful and meaningful conversations in the classroom with our student gallery. Use the gallery as a tool to foster curiosity, observation skills, and perspective-taking.
The gallery encourages students to learn from each other’s perspectives. How are students witnessing and engaging with the world in new ways since the start of Covid-19? Search by theme, previous Global Oneness Project contests, or from locations around the world. The gallery is accompanied by an image analysis activity, including a Visible Thinking Routine from Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Who Is Using Our Materials
Our materials provide opportunities for an interdisciplinary approach to learning across disciplines from social sciences and humanities to environmental sciences. Education stakeholders, including K-12 educators, university professors, librarians, tech/media specialists, parents, and students are using our materials in multiple learning environments.