Half-Moon Outfitters will present the Banff Mountain Film Festival: Radical Reels Tour on Monday, Sept. 6, at the 14th Street Playhouse in Midtown from 6 to 9 p.m. The film tour is an action sports themed festival designed to energize the audience and showcase outdoor sports. All proceeds will go to The Nature Conservancy in Georgia in an effort to help raise awareness and support for their conservation and preservation of Georgia’s natural resources. Tickets are available at www.halfmoonoutfitters.com, at the 14th Street Playhouse box office or website at www.14thstplayhouse.org, or the Georgia Nature Conservancy’s website at www.nature.org/georgia. The 14th Street Playhouse is located at 173 14th Street Northeast in Atlanta. Ticket prices are $10 advance adults, $7 students and scouts and $12 at the door.

Rhett Turner and Jonathan Wickham’s new documentary for Georgia Public Broadcasting, Water War to Water Vision, is set to air in mid-October. Special screenings of the documentary will be shown in the Ecofocus Film Fest in Athens on Oct. 2 and at GPB in Atlanta on Oct. 6. The documentary is narrated by the Emmy Award-winning Peter Coyote and examines the 20-year water struggle between Georgia, Florida and Alabama. The film documents the three states’ reliance on the Chattahoochee River to maintain sustainable conditions resulting in a fierce struggle that landed in the hands of the Federal District Court. For additional information on Water War to Water Vision visit www.waterwar.org.

The Environmental Protection Agency’s  Watersense Program brought its We’re for Water road trip to the Georgia Aquarium to help Georgians learn simple ways to conserve water around the home. The EPA created “We’re for Water” as a national campaign to educate consumers about water-saving behaviors and WaterSense labeled products. To make simple changes at home to save water and energy, visit epa.gov/watersense to take the “I’m for Water” pledge.

The Lovett Portman Family Middle School has achieved LEED-Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for sustainable building design. A green roof serves as an outdoor classroom, bamboo flooring, recycled carpet, rainwater harvesting and daylight sensors are just some of the features that helped the school receive certification.