Written and narrated by Emma Howard Produced by Georgie Johnson Edited by Charlie Denholm Filmed by Isabelle Povey Music and sound design by JPML.agency. That’s 50,000 double-decker buses’ worth of plastic every year. of plastic in the ocean comes from human activities at sea – mostly fishing. This is why we campaign to stop plastics ending up in our oceans. Greenpeace drops boulders in North Sea conservation zone to prevent illegal fishing. 1175859) working globally to protect the world’s oceans and the amazing marine life that lives within them. Around 20% of plastic in the ocean comes from human activities at sea – mostly fishing. And there is evidence to support this concern: whereas Greenpeace in 2015 raised some $400 million in donations, Sea Shepherd raised around $12 million – that’s quite a difference. of plastic ends up in the ocean every year – that’s the equivalent of a rubbish truck every single minute. Un documental fantàstic pel seu vessant documental (sobre la nova acidesa del mar, la pesca de palangre etc) i per la seva bellesa i divulgació de la vida marina, les diverses espècies que hi ha, com interactuen. In 2019, a Greenpeace report found that each year, 640,000 tonnes of “ghost gear” – abandoned, lost or discarded fishing equipment – enters the ocean and is left there. PDF. Researchers have estimated that up to 12 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year – that’s the equivalent of a rubbish truck every single minute. Difficile de ne pas désespérer, de ne pas me dire que la solution serait peut-être que l’espèce humaine disparaisse, pour la sauvegarde du reste du monde… J’aimerais espérer, mais quelques années après la COP21 le tableau s’est encore aggravé sur tous les fronts. An average load of laundry might release around, 700,000 microplastic fibres, less then a millimetre in length, into the water, . Text and images © Greenpeace. Environmental group Greenpeace warned Thursday that marine life it tested more than 20 kilometres (12 miles) off Japan's stricken Fukushima nuclear plant showed radiation far above legal limits. Both the Sea Shepherd ship Steve Irwin and the Greenpeace ship Esperanza have been forced to leave the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary due to lack of fuel. All Rights Reserved. Agree an ambitious Global Ocean Treaty by spring 2020 to provide comprehensive protection for marine life in international waters, which can estab- lish a global network of fully-protected sanctuaries for critical habitats and put in place robust environ- One whale was found washed up dead on a Scottish beach in late 2019 with 100kg of plastic fishing nets and rope, packing straps, carrier bags and plastic cups in its stomach. She said Greenpeace divers found that about 95% of sea life in some areas of the bay was dead— organisms from mussels, shellfish and starfish to sea … excellent contenu ! Ocean plastic therefore very easily enters the food chain, and is consumed by people when they eat fish or shellfish. To continue the festival’s awareness raising mission: Any personal details collected will remain strictly confidential. Such a screening requires prior authorisation from the authors and right holders. Greenpeace is continuing its diatribe on consumer plastics, this time targeting supermarkets with the creation of a dystopian school trip to the aquarium. Our vision is of a world where our oceans are healthy, properly protected and full of diverse life. Dépassons les quelques maladresses de ce film, principalement induites par le fait qu’il s’agit d’une première œuvre documentaire, pour nous concentrer sur les hommages vibrants rendus par ce film, pour commencer à Rob Stewart, le réalisateur qui a inspiré ce travail. Plastic packaging: which supermarket topped this year's league table? You may exercise your rights, including unsubscribing, at any time. Here, Greenpeace is in the Azores with a team of scientists to survey and document deep sea life. Around 20% of plastic in the ocean comes from human activities at sea – mostly fishing. Cela fend le coeur de voir les activistes qui s’épuisent depuis 20 ans à faire changer les choses se remettre eux-mêmes en question tellement leur échec est cuisant, alors que cet échec est en fait celui des politiciens dont les priorités sont ailleurs, et de toutes les personnes qui se vivent avant tout en consommateurs et non en êtres vivants liés à la nature par leur besoin d’oxygène… Best Documentary at Forest city Film Festival, Best Film in the Ontario 150 Film Challenge at Water Docs, Audience Choice at Earth Talks Film Festival, Prize for Global Applicability at Ekotopfilm Fesival, Best Feature Film at Environmental Film Festival Albania, Best Documentary at West Side Mountains Doc Fest. Greenpeace supporters have challenged Coca Cola to use less plastic, while countries like the UK have banned certain microplastics. Images to accompany the Greenpeace International report 'Deep Trouble' Add all to lightbox. Discover how. *** The oceans are subjected to more and more threats, despite being indispensable to our survival on Earth. 11 May, 2006. You don’t have to leave your phone number, but if you do, we’ll use it to keep you updated on how you can get involved through petitions, campaigning, volunteering and donating. Greenpeace USA Oceans Campaign Director John Hocevar said: “Protecting 30 percent of our oceans by 2030 is critical if we hope to restore America’s rich ocean ecosystems and mitigate the worst impacts of climate change. Subscribe to Unearthed on YouTube for more videos. Mais pour agir, il faut avoir la connaissance des enjeux de ce qui se passe réellement, pour savoir ce qu’il faut faire… La mer ne pourra digérer le CO2 même si on arrêtait tout, il faut l’aider en plantant des arbres en masse. Il y a quand même un peu d’espoir que les mers se régénèrent, mais après combien de morts et d’extinction d’espèces aujourd’hui vivantes ? Whales also eat pieces of plastic. Two years later a splinter group of Greenpeace members formed the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to protect sea life specifically using radical methods of … Very good documentary. Plastic in the ocean affects all kinds of sea life. Film intéressant, où on apprend beaucoup de choses, assez déprimant vu l’ampleur des dégâts, mais heureusement avec une petite note plein d’espoir sur la fin ! With stunning cinematography, SEA OF LIFE is an inspiring film encouraging everyone to unite in an effort to preserve our oceans on a global scale. j’ai déjà mis un commentaire, le seul souci sur le visionnage du film, le sous titrage un peu rapide pour lire en même temps que les images. Si ce projet audacieux se présente comme un peu compliqué dans sa forme, il ne l’est pas moins que la situation des fonds marins que nous livre ici Julia Barnes. I join the WeGreen social network for those wishing to act in favour of the environment, to take part in actions happening near me and to meet people who are active in areas that I am interested in (in France). ... our sea life, and kai moana. c’est le film à visionner. You’ll likely have heard some stats and facts about plastic pollution in the ocean, like the common warning that there’ll be, more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050, How much plastic is in the ocean and how did it get there?Â. Here is a guide with nine ways to reduce your plastic use to get going today. Environmental activists have taken preserving a marine reserve into their own hands Touchée en plein cœur, tantôt par la joie de la beauté que ces images nous montrent, tantôt par l’immense tristesse que ces images déclenchent, tantôt par la colère que je ressens devant notre égoisme, notre insensbiliité. Turtles mistake plastic bags for jellyfish, which they eat, and sea birds often confuse bits of floating plastic with food too – leading to stomachs full of plastic, which can end up killing them.Â, The unaltered stomach contents of a dead albatross chick photographed on Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Pacific in September 2009 include plastic marine debris fed the chick by its parents. C’est à tous d’agir ! And because fishing equipment is designed for actually catching sealife, huge nets and long ropes left discarded in the sea often trap and kill sea creatures. But we need to go much further to end the flow of plastics into the ocean. In 2019, Greenpeace supporters showed how people power works by demanding a reduction in single-use plastic packaging in supermarkets, for example, forcing Sainsbury’s to commit to a 50% reduction by 2025.Â. Here is a guide with, To avoid contributing to the microplastic pollution from synthetic clothing, choose natural fibres, buy clothes that last, learn how to mend and upcycle, and wash synthetic clothes using a whizzy microplastics guard. Il n’y a plus de temps à perdre pour sauver les océans, la planètes et nous…. These are too small to be filtered and so they end up collecting on riverbeds or washing out to sea.Â. And is ocean plastic harmful to humans? © Chris Jordan / CC BY 2.0. Any unauthorised screening of this film, whether paying of free, open to a wider or a more restrained audience, is forbidden. See our “Rights of Persons” page. Tell supermarkets to ditch plastic packaging now. That’s 50,000 double-decker buses’ worth of plastic every year. I sign the petition to protect them and ask for the adoption of an ambitious global treaty for the oceans. These are too small to be filtered and so they end up collecting on riverbeds or washing out to sea.Â. J’ai été très souvent obligée de faire pause pour pouvoir tout lire. 9 Dec, 2020. A fantastic documentary in terms of the information provided (the new and higher acidity of the sea, the longline fishing, etc.) Tiny “microplastics” escape down the drain when we run synthetic clothing through the washing machine. The government is failing to protect UK marine life - so we’re taking action The Greenpeace ship, the Esperanza, is in the Dogger Bank, the North Sea. Even if you don’t eat seafood or fish, there are very real concerns that microplastics in the air and water can have profound impacts on human health. Meanwhile the impact of fishing gear, bottom dragging, and lost nets contribute to the decline of marine species. Bravo à toute l’équipe, dommage que la musique soit vraiment nulle! This very young director presents us with a documentary with great maturity, to help us better understand what's at stake, the solutions as well as the urgent need to take action. facing marine life, Greenpeace calls on governments to: 1. Ah, si seulement les Américains qui pensent qu’il suffira d’aller sur Mars se souvenaient du message du début, à savoir que quelques cm3 de l’océan renferment plus de vie que toute la planète qu’ils veulent coloniser! One week after watching his film, I bought a camera, signed up for a scuba diving course, abandoned every plan I'd had for my life and set out on what would become a 3 year adventure to make this documentary. Photograph: Paul Hilton/Greenpeace Sea of Life leads audiences through the beautiful world of coral reefs into the heart of the environmental movement, meeting passionate scientists, activists and explorers who reveal an enormous opportunity to rise up and become the heroes the world needs. You don’t have to leave your email address or phone number, but if you do, we’ll use these to keep you updated on how you can get involved through petitions, campaigning, volunteering and donating. We take the security of your data seriously. Plastic pollution in the oceans seriously affects sea life – injuring and trapping turtles, dolphins and whales and confusing birds and other creatures into thinking it’s food. Mais le film nous transmet exactement la vérité sur le futur et sur l’urgence de changer son comportement surtout vis à vis de la nourriture! 😀. J’ai pris connaissance que la production du CO2, qui était absorbée dans l’eau participer a son acidification. Greenpeace activists boarded the Shell platforms to the north-east of the Shetland Islands today in protest at plans by the company to leave parts of old structures in the North Sea. ... Greenpeace has … Your information is safe and secure with us – read our privacy policy. Belle réalisation, sujets traités avec pertinence, raisons et émotions y sont véhiculées. We take the security of your data seriously. Synopsis. Yes – mainly by making sure society makes and uses less plastic in the first place. To avoid contributing to the microplastic pollution from synthetic clothing, choose natural fibres, buy clothes that last, learn how to mend and upcycle, and wash synthetic clothes using a whizzy microplastics guard like the Guppy Bag or Cora Ball. Most of the plastic pollution in the ocean starts out on land. We’ve seen how broken-down single-use plastics can harm sea creatures. Supermarkets still aren't doing enough to reduce plastic - but who's making the most progress? Sea Life is a chain of commercial sea life-themed aquarium attractions.As of April 2017 there are 53 Sea Life attractions (including standalone Sea Life centres, mini Sea Life features within resort theme parks, and Legoland submarine rides) around the world. Le film est beau, les images fantastiques. , known to affect immune systems, growth and reproduction. Tiny “microplastics” escape down the drain when we run synthetic clothing through the washing machine. The best ways to cut back on plastic during and after pregnancy, and raise awesome environmental activist children in the process. Rob Stewart's documentary REVOLUTION opened my eyes to what's happening in the ocean and inspired me to take action. Greenpeace drops boulders in North Sea to prevent illegal fishing ... or marine life like porpoises which are directly threatened by supertrawlers, the operations of a … votre festival regorge de films essentiels, il pourrait y avoir plus de personnes qui regardent et votent. It’s filled with beautiful wildlife like flatfish and starfish. But given that it’s all manmade, it’s not as hard as you think to cut single-use plastic pollution, by aiming to buy better as much as we can – and by putting pressure on those with the power to make changes at scale. Report: Deep Trouble. Having healthy oceans is a core priority as they are intertwined with the prospering of people worldwide, in terms of food, health, tourism as well as leisure. Wer Sea Life besucht und vom Meer fasziniert ist, der wird sich auch für unsere Arbeit und unsere Erfolge interessieren, sagt Angela Pieske, Ausstellungs-Koordinatorin von Greenpeace.Wir wollen Besucher informieren und im besten Fall so begeistern, dass sie selbst mit Greenpeace aktiv werden und sich für den Schutz der Meere einsetzen. Single-use face masks are hurting wildlife – here’s what you can do about it, 9 tips to reduce plastic and get sustainable during pregnancy and parenting, Greenpeace Environmental Trust (Charity No. Et cesser de consommer n’importe comment, c’est une aberration. By cutting out plastics where we can, and pushing the government and plastic-producing businesses to tackle the problem at the source, we can stop plastic pollution from hurting sea creatures and humans alike. I don't live in France: I find a Greenpeace office near me. Why do we need to cut single-use plastic as much as possible? and the beauty of the film showing the sea life, its species, how they interact. Superbe, merci pour cette découverte. I wanted to show people how important the ocean is and how much trouble it's in so they would want to fight for it. J’ai pris connaissance que la production de CO2 ainsi absorbée par l’Océan, participer a son acidification mais on peut participer a sa désacidification grâce a un produit naturel appeler charbon de bois qui si l’on le broie et que l’on le dispose dans un courant marin, son infusion dans l’eau va agir en thermes de pH “basique” mais si l’on réussi a calculer le pourcentage qu’il faut pour arriver au point neutre, cela vaut le coup (capaciter de diffusion par rapport a un volume d’eau …, vérification de la quantité d’un pH par rapport a un volume d’eau)