Documental seguido de un panel de discusión dirigido por Craig Leeson, Director de la película
“La película mas importante de nuestro tiempos.”
-Sir David Attenborough
camBIO IBERO y los directores de la Fundación Plastic Oceans te invitan
1 de Noviembre 2017 a las 11 am
(Favor de llegar 10 minutos antes)
Auditorio Crescencio Ballesteros
Programa: Documental seguido de un panel de discusión dirigido por Craig Leeson, Director de la película
Duración del evento: 2 horas
RSVP Por favor confirma tu asistencia vía email
Para información adicional o apoyo al evento favor de contactar a firstname.lastname@example.org
Screening of the award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean followed by a discussion panel conducted by director, Craig Leeson
“The most important movie of our time.”
-Sir David Attenborough
camBIO iBERO and the directors of Plastic Oceans Foundation invite you
1st November 2017 at 11 am
(Please arrive 10 minutes before)
Auditorium Crescencio Ballesteros
Duration: 2 hours
RSVP Please confirm your attendace via email
For more information or support for the event send an email to email@example.com
Join other students around the world who are rethinking plastic and creating solutions!
Students around the world are learning about our social problems and creatively developing solutions. Plastic Oceans Foundation wants to foster this global movement to solve plastic pollution.
Featuring the best ocean adventures and environmental documentaries. 120 minutes packed with the most inspiring stories from the seven seas and the best water sports action of the year, including … A PLASTIC OCEAN
This is being made a plastic-free event with the help of:
The three-day G2 Green Earth Film Festival features award-winning, environmentally focused films from around the world. Industry professionals and passionate students alike are invited to submit work. With high-quality screenings, fascinating discussions and meaningful partnerships with nonprofit organizations, the G2 Green Earth Film Festival demonstrates the power of film in starting a conversation and affecting positive change in the environment. A jury of distinguished industry experts chooses the films screened and awards cash prizes. The net proceeds from all festival activities are donated to environmental charities.
Plastic Ocean investigates how the world’s increasing addiction to plastic is impacting the food chain and how that is effecting new and developing human health problems. The producers aim to change the world’s attitude toward plastic within a generation. Clean Fairfax’s message is its work to end single-use bottled water at County events. Learn details on work developing a plastic fee for Fairfax County.
The Bay Foundation’s 3rd Annual Coastal Connections Event Celebrates Beaches & Bay at Pacific Park
Los Angeles, CA (August 29, 2017) – On Thursday, September 28, from 5:30pm – 8:30pm,The Bay Foundation (TBF) will host its 3rd Annual Coastal Connections fundraiser at a customized venue in Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier.
By Helen Calcutt
To my mind, the most affected areas of plastic pollution were not at home. Plastic floated in Nan Hai and Dong Hai, and around countries like Brazil or further East, filtering from the landscapes of Indonesia, or Vietnam. They were ‘over there’, in places I couldn’t reach. Like so many in this world, my immediate concerns rested with what was in front of me: my daughter, her diet etc. I presumed the problem of plastic was ‘isolated’ to specific areas, and that these areas could be cleaned.
Business class: that holy grail of long-distance flying. For most people like myself it’s a section of the plane you walk through whilst navigating to the tiny piece of real estate at the back of the plane that will deliver hours of torture into the foreseeable future.
But not this day, June 2. As I handed my boarding card at the gate, the machine went red, the flight attendant paused and then delivered words that seemed to project with the voice of an angel, a full symphony choir, and the sudden glare of spotlights: “You’ve been upgraded, sir.” Hallelujah.
We continue to be humbled and grateful that our award-winning documentary, A Plastic Ocean, continues to screen to large audiences around the world, and is still creating meaningful change.
That’s exactly what happened recently when the film had its premiere in Macedonia, screening to a sold out audience of 260 at the Cinema Frosina, in Skopje.