"This sweeping documentary takes us in and under the waters of the Salish Sea, while more fully understanding the threats posed by the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion to this incredible ecosystem.” – Elizabeth May, Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands
We are facing a climate crisis and critical changes in ocean dynamics and chemistry; to safeguard the natural world that has sustained us, regionally and globally, we must make key decisions that will affect the future of humans and all other species on this planet. This Living Salish Sea is a film about how what we do locally can affect the planet.
Documentary, 88 minutes, Canada, 2017. Extensive underwater cinematography shows the life, complexity and beauty of the Salish Sea; communities stand along with First Nations to protect this environment. Extensive background research and interviews with scientists illustrate the issues at stake. Narrated, written and directed by Sarama. Please watch and share, then take action to help protect the values that sustain us, and future generations.
To arrange for a screening in your community, please contact us through the film website: livingsalishsea.ca
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