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Half of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years....Our ocean has been the guardian of life on earth. Now it is our turn to be guardians for the ocean.
Join the screening of the incredible documentary 'BLUE' on 6th February! Due to the popularity of our last screening of Blue, we recommend booking your tickets early
“Blue is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.”
— GREENPEACE AUSTRALIA.
BLUE is the story our generation need to hear. The industrialization that has occurred in the oceans over the last century, mirrors the events that triggered mass extinctions on land. Industrial scale fishing, habitat destruction, species loss and pollution have placed the ocean in peril. The very nature of the sea is being irretrievably altered. BLUE is a provocative journey into the ocean realm, witnessing this critical moment in time when the marine world is on a precipice.
See trailer here: https://bluethefilm.org
By 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish.
The tide has come for change.
BLUE is a film about how the oceans are broken, and what can be done to fix them. Half of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years. And by 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish.
Featuring passionate advocates for ocean preservation, the film tackles themes of habitat destruction, species loss and pollution. Filmed in the seas surrounding Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and the USA, BLUE looks at how the very nature of the ocean is being altered
Our ocean has been the guardian of life on earth. Now it is our turn to be guardians for the ocean.
Year: 2017 Genre: Documentary - Environmental: Sue Clothier, Karina Holden, Sarah Beard Director: Karina Holden
Organised by Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC), the Communities For Conservation Project funded by the Climate Challenge Fund, and the Edinburgh Sustainable Meet up.