© Alan Jamieson / Newcastle University The Atlantic, 27.02.2019, Author: Ed Yong Alan Jamieson remembers seeing it for the first time: a small, black fiber floating in a tube of liquid. It resembled a hair, but when Jamieson examined it under a microscope, he realized...
“No matter where you live on our planet, you are connected to the sea”
“Half of all marine life has been lost in the last 40 years. By 2050 there will be more plastic in the sea than fish. The way the ocean operates is different to how we thought of it 100 years ago. We can no longer think of it as a place of limitless resources, a dumping ground, immune to change or decline. ”
On July 15, 2019, an exclusive film screening of the Australian documentary BLUE will be shown in English at the Moviemento cinema in Berlin with German subtitles.
Additional information about the event can be found here.
Movie press-kit : BLUE: The Day The Sea Changed