Sail Against Plastic - A MESSAGE FROM THE ARCTIC
Sail Against Plastic is a student-led team consisting of 18 scientists, filmmakers, photographers and artists from a range of different backgrounds hoping to expose the invisible pollutants of the Arctic Ocean. This summer, between the months of June and July, we undertook a pioneering scientific research voyage to the icy waters surrounding Svalbard.
Below are a number of shorter videos that I created as a filmmaker on the Sail Against Plastic team.
Who are we? What do we aim to do?
A short video about the aims of our team on an Arctic sailing expedition.
Marine Noise Pollution
2/3 - part two of a three-part mini video series made by Sail Against Plastic in collaboration with FXPlus at Penryn Campus Cornwall.
Marine Noise Pollution presented by Daniel Osmond shows the impact of man made noise on the underwater realm. Specifically, how it impacts arctic wildlife and how you can help to reduce the noise in the oceans today.
1/3 - part one of a three-part mini video series made by Sail Against Plastic in collaboration with FXPlus at Penryn Campus Cornwall.
Global Warming presented by Tom Auld shows the impact of climate change on the Arctic, what FXPlus is doing at the university campus to combat it and of course, how you can help fight climate change as well.
3/3 - part three of a three part-mini video series made by Sail Against Plastic in collaboration with FXPlus at Penryn Campus Cornwall.
Plastic, presented by Flora Rendell-Bhatti explains what the team have been finding in the Arctic. The short video also details what you can do to help stop the spread of plastic pollution.