Bruce Buttery has worked in the realm of independent film since 1998. He has been a cameraman, designer, editor, producer and director of photography. He’s worked on dozens of projects, including as the director and creative force behind the short film Sea Change, which is a beautifully shot documentary that chronicles South African surfer, entrepreneur and eco-warrior, John McCarthy, and his realization that his passion for surfing was not sustainable for the ocean he feels a deep connection to.
APPROVED TO INCLUDE COMPULSORY ENVIRONMENTAL TEACHING IN LOCAL EDUCATION BY LAW.
Mexico City (CDMX) has taken great steps towards a sustainable and ecological future by reforming its environmental laws and improving the management and control of plastic waste. However, Mexico City took another after reforming its Federal District Education Law to include environmental education as part of the academic curriculum.
PRUEBAN INCLUIR ENSEÑANZA OBLIGATORIA EN MATERIA AMBIENTAL EN LA LEY DE EDUCACIÓN LOCAL
La Ciudad de México (CDMX) ha dado grandes pasos hacia un futuro sustentable y ecológico al reformar sus leyes ambientales y mejorar el manejo y control de residuos plásticos. Sin embargo, la CDMX dio otro gran paso tras reformar su Ley de Educación del Distrito Federal para incluir la educación ambiental como parte del currículo académico.
Two-minute short film serves as a reminder of why ocean conservation is significant
August 16, 2019 – MALIBU, Calif., U.S. – Plastic Oceans International, a nonprofit organization working to end global plastic pollution, today announced it welcomes The Swimmer as the latest addition to its growing roster of films.
John McCarthy is a renaissance man. He is a surfer, author, freediver, adventure guide, innovator, educator and entrepreneur. He is also the subject of the beautifully shot documentary, Sea Change, from director Bruce Buttery, which Plastic Oceans International is pleased to have added to our roster of films – which can be viewed for free HERE.
2 de agosto de 2019 – MALIBU, California, EE. UU. – Plastic Oceans International, la organización sin fines de lucro que trabaja para terminar con la contaminación por plástico global, anunció hoy que la película documental, Eating Up Easter, presentada por Plastic Oceans; producida y dirigida por Sergio M. Rapu; producida y escrita por Elena Rapu; junto a Kartemquin Films y Pacific Islanders in Communications, ganaron el premio al Mejor Pelicula de Sostenibilidad del Festival de Cine de Surf de Portugal.
August 2, 2019 – MALIBU, Calif., U.S. – Plastic Oceans International, the nonprofit organization working to end global plastic pollution, today announced that the documentary film, Eating Up Easter—presented by Plastic Oceans; producer and director, Sergio M. Rapu; producer and writer, Elena Rapu; Kartemquin Films and Pacific Islanders in Communications—won the Portuguese Surf Film Festival Best Sustainability award.
Plastic Oceans Senior Scientific Advisor Charlie Rolsky in his TEDx Talk debut.
In this funny, engaging, and informative TEDx Talk given in March 2019, Dr. Rolf Halden from Arizona State University and his then graduate student Charlie Rolsky admit that we all have a problem. It’s a pervasive problem. One that surrounds us every day. It’s in our homes, at our work, in our cars, in our water, and in each and every one of us. That problem is plastic and society’s addiction to it.
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