“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

― Richard Buckminster Fuller


Vermont homesteading compost heating

Ben Falk from Whole Systems Design measuring the temperature in his Jean Pain compost mound.

Through original video content, we share the stories of individuals and groups of people who are actively engaged in creating a better, more sustainable future. Permaculture, eco-building, transition town movements, appropriate technology – we’re always on the lookout for positive-impact initiatives to document and promote.

We also produce and distribute longer-form educational video products aimed at inspiring and empowering people to take action wherever they are.

What happened to Possible.org?

The team

Olivier Asselin

Olivier is a Canadian freelance photographer and film-maker. For more than 10 years, he has worked for media and development organizations in over 25 countries throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America. He completed a Permaculture Design Course in July 2012 and founded Possiblemedia.org (then Possible.org) in early 2013.

His first feature-length film, The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic, was released in June 2014. He now lives in Southern France.




Barthelemy Glumineau

Barthelemy is a multi-talented artist. He is a circus performer, working on his own creations or for companies such as Cirque du Soleil.  strangefamilia.com

He is also very active in video/photo production, involved in every step from scripting, directing to post-production, for broadcast, web or live events. studiomelies.com

In parallel to those areas, he is a world traveler, builds open-source hardware and is deeply involved in permaculture and natural building movements.




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