Alberta's Renewable Company

BluEarth Renewables

BluEarth Renewables

Climate Change is real. It’s a threat to our way of life and to future generations, if we don’t do something about it in the very near future we could face catastrophes unimaginable. BluEarth Renewables, based in Canada, is leading that change to a sustainable and safer future.

+ Producing
+ Directing
+ Production
+ Post-Production
+ Creative Direction
+ Art Direction


Power to Change the Future

Our climate is changing at a rapid and unsustainable pace. Weather events are more severe, patterns are changing, floods, droughts, and mass migration of people – these are the increasingly dangerous situations we as a species face. BluEarth Renewables is a homegrown Canadian company changing our future with wind, solar, and run-of-river hydro installations across Canada. They understand the future is now and our lives depend on it.

We crossed Canada to film the incredibly positive impact of the Bow Lake Wind Farm outside Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in partnership with the Batchewana Nation. Wound our way up to Squamish, British Columbia to see the Culliton Creek Run-of-River Hydro project in partnership with the Squamish Nation. Along the way we stopped in Toronto, Vancouver, Beaverton, Pincher Creek, and many other places across this great country of ours.

It is the people at BluEarth that make it special. They are a group who truly believe in changing our climate so future generations won’t face dire circumstances. It’s such an incredible honour to be along side them.

“At this point science trumps fear.  Along this journey with BluEarth we learned fear and political influence are the driving factors of skepticism. That’s quickly being devoured by real, palpable facts – and it can’t happen any quicker.”

Ryan Northcott, Director

Mood & Inspiration.

The Culliton Creek Run-of-River Hydro project by BluEarth Renewables in Squamish, BC.
The Big Smoke
The CN Tower in Toronto looms tall in the air as we shot with BluEarth.
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
The revitalization of Sault Ste. Marie, ON is in large because of forward thinking people, and the Bow Lake Wind project. This will eventually be a beautiful restaurant.
Yup, that's real grass
When we conducted our first interviews, we brought in an art director to design the space. Real grass and $1500 chair.


Production Company: MEDIAPOP | Creative Director: Ryan Northcott | Director: Ryan Northcott | Producer: Eric Giesbrecht | Producer: Ryan Northcott | Editor: Anies Hassan, Ryan Northcott | Special Thanks: Kent Brown, Kelly Matheson-King, Amira Shivji, Kimberley Gray

The Film.

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