Support for A Sea Change from Rob Moir, Ocean River Institute
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"A Sea Change [the documentary] could not be more timely. Photo_rob_with_owl_000_2I believe acidification of our oceans is actually a greater threat to our survival than is temperature or sea level rise, the conventional "global warming" threats. Acidification is confusing and difficult to even imagine for most people--we need your film.

To imagine a world without fish we must first imagine an ocean devoid of life. As someone who as watched whales for more than three decades that is incomprehensible. Yet it will happen if we do not first comprehend and then take steps to turn the trends."

Rob Moir, PhD., is Executive Director of Ocean River Institute. He was formerly Curator of Education at the New England Aquarium. Dr. Moir was awardeda Switzer Environmental Fellowship from the Robert & PatriciaSwitzer Foundation, and the James Centorino Award for DistinguishedPerformance in Marine Education by the National Marine EducatorsAssociation, which he also served as president.


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Scenic Hudson blurb on A Sea Change
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"Immense and profound."

Ned Sullivan, President
Scenic Hudson
Scenic Hudson is a non-profit organization which protects and restores the Hudson River.


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More words of support for A Sea Change
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Californiajanuary_08day_114"Your wonderful film is still resonating deeply with me. I love the way you have created a journey of discovery that is so real and so current in its telling. The use of googling . . traveling . . visiting grandchildren . . . scientists . .  . venture capitalists  . . . and mentors is so compelling and makes the whole message so accessible! You show us how intimately everything is interconnected by the way you constructed this film. You take us on a journey of passionate inquiry that any of us could take . . and should.

And then I am left with an urgent and clear understanding of just how delicate and gorgeous the ocean is and how important it is to do everything we can to protect it."

— Lyedie Geer, Leadership Consultant, Walpole, NH


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Support from Greenpeace campaigner for A Sea Change
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"[A Sea Change] follows ex-history teacher, activist and grandfather Sven Huseby as he travels to visit various scientists to learn more about the impacts of ocean acidification and tries to find ways to explain the problem to his 5-year-old grandson, Elias. I completely fell in love with Sven and the extraordinarily bright Elias. The people in the film are very real and approachable and the ocean footage is stunning. Optimistic, with a whole section of solutions at the end. Broad appeal for all ages."
Dr. Cat Dorey, Sustainable Seafood Advisor, Greenpeace International


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More support for A Sea Change
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"A Sea Change is a magnificent synthesis of science and heart."
—Anne Alexander Rowley, Chair of Oceana's Ocean Council


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Support for A Sea Change from the sustainable fisheries world
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"A Sea Change offers a searching, emotionally powerful look at ocean acidification. This problem is sometimes called the "evil twin" of climate change, and many of us regard it as an existential threat to the future of fishing. The story is full of heart, scientifically accurate, and lyrical. It also offers good reason for hope, which is indispensable in the face of such a huge challenge."
Brad Warren, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership


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Support for A Sea Change from Inside Cinema
Saturday, June 10, 2017

"A Sea Change is really terrific! Great content, great visuals + love the message, process and results — It will be a big hit for our conference, especially the inter-generational dialogue and the power of one individual to explore and share and do something. It's a really smart film and in the context of our conference on leadership, I am excited to point out the role of filmmaking and activism as important forms of leadership."
—Josh Weinstein, Inside Cinema & Planning Team, Leadership Forum At Silver Bay, the longest running management conference in America


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Support for A Sea Change from Dr. Spinrad at NOAA
Saturday, June 10, 2017

“Ocean acidification is a significant part of the climate change story. A Sea Change does a unique and excellent job of conveying this complex scientific issue to the public.”
Dr. Richard W. Spinrad, NOAA Assistant Administrator for Oceanic and Atmospheric Research


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