A Plastic Ocean: Documentary looks at workable solutions to plastic pollution

Award-winning documentary movie, A Plastic Ocean, examines the global effects of plastic pollution and introduces the world to workable solutions that can, if implemented in time, change things for the better.

In A Plastic Ocean, an international team of adventurers, researchers, and Ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is truly lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine Ocean.

The movie, which was four years in the making, came about when producer Jo Ruxton joined an expedition to the so-called “Great Pacific Garbage Patch” in the North Pacific Gyre, 1,500 miles off the coast of San Francisco, to ascertain its impact. When the expedition discovered free-floating microplastics instead of an anticipated solid mass that could be contained, Jo knew she had to begin the film that would become A Plastic Ocean.

For screenings or to rent the movie online, visit Plastic Oceans.

A Plastic Ocean was made possible by Plastic Oceans. Plastic Oceans is a global network of independent not-for-profits and charitable organisations, united in their aims to change the world’s attitude towards plastic within a generation.

Plastic Oceans

Rosalind Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer specialising in sustainable life & style, music, entertainments and wellbeing. Rosalind also works as a spiritual life coach and intuitive advisor helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives: www.rosalindmedea.com

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