Film – A Plastic Ocean

29/08/2019 @ 08:00 – 11:00
YHA Berwick Granary Bistro
Dewars Lane Granary
Berwick on Tweed TD15 1HJ

We are delighted to have been asked by Berwick Educational Association to deliver a series of films, workshops and presentations covering aspects of sustainable living.

Cost: £16 for all 3 sessions, or £6 individually, including refreshments
All welcome and no prior knowledge is required.

To book your place –
Email: Phone: 01289 303254

29th August: A Plastic Ocean
David Attenborough described A Plastic Ocean as “one of the most important films of our time”. It documents how plastics in the ocean break up into small particulates which then enter the food chain and are eventually consumed by humans. The amount of plastic in the ocean is growing exponentially, posing a serious global threat to our natural and marine environments.

Following a screening of the documentary, there will be a discussion covering:
the problems associated with plastics in the ocean;
what is being done locally and nationally to help reduce the prevalence of plastics and how attendees can join in and support efforts to address the issue.

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