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Building Things Up For RIO+20

By Daniel de la Calle   As we get slowly closer to the month of June and RIO+20 we begin to see more online information …

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Interview with Sven

By Daniel de la Calle     On this rainy morning I had the chance to meet with Sven for a cup of tea and a …

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News Keep Coming

By Daniel de la Calle   A new year has begun and that fabricated clean slate feeling is very encouraging.  Please find below the almost …

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Congrats Toby!!!

Toby Shimin’s last film, BUCK, has just been given the Sundance Audience Award for Best Documentary.  Toby was the editor of A Sea Change and …

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Enough of the “evil twin”

By Daniel de la Calle They might partly share its origin, but Ocean Acidification is not the “evil twin” of Global Warming.  They operate in …

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Win the A SEA CHANGE DVD!

By Daniel de la Calle I had not heard about Ocean Acidification until I began working for Niijii Films on A Sea Change. The research, …

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Artistic License

By Daniel de la Calle Creative work filters life, the natural world, history, words, even our ambiguous, volatile human emotions through the distorted prism of …

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More November News on Ocean Acidification and the Environment

By Daniel de la Calle This November I’m looking for traces of “Ocean Acidification”, not in water, but on the internet.  I found the following …

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News, Links and Videos

By Daniel de la Calle Some news on Ocean Acidification from the past few weeks:     ¤ NOAA has released a new page on Ocean …

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Talking About The Ocean To People That Have Never Seen It

By Daniel de la Calle I apologize for not having posted any entries since last year.  As a little kid I loved the whole early …

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Looking Out The Window In Belo Horizonte…

By Daniel de la Calle I only see favela neighborhoods clinging onto the hills, some dirty wet streets, cars, buses and trucks that knit a …

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Pteropod inspired art

Phyllis Lam is a biology student at the University of Rochester. After recently watching A Sea Change in Dr. Terry Platt’s Biology class she wrote to …

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News: What Blogs Are For

By Daniel de la Calle Here is the classic list of web finds you have seen right here in the past.  This week I dug …

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The Highest High, The Lowest Low

By Daniel de la Calle Today is World Water Day.  All kinds of events must be taking place around the planet with the spotlight on …

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I Am Costly

By Daniel de la Calle I confess I get irritated by the carbon footprint/credit scheme.  Some months ago I did some research to try to …

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Pearls in Vinegar

By Daniel de la Calle I am a very slow museum visitor.  Last month I went to the Louvre for a couple of hours on …

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Screening at the Oil Company

By Daniel de la Calle from Ipanema Beach, Brazil This past Friday the 28th A Sea Change screened at the CENPES center in Rio de …

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Giant Waves and Broken Bones

By Daniel de la Calle     I was ready to put up this morning a new blog post with Ocean Acidification information found on the …

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That Cranky Old Man

By Daniel de la Calle     A few years from now I will inevitably become an insufferable cranky old man.  I am actually almost there …

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An Alternative Soundtrack

By Daniel de la Calle On last Wednesday’s post I forgot to mention the following astounding coincidence on the BBC’s “The End of the Oceans?” …

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Oceanic News

By Daniel de la Calle I just spent five hours flying over the Atlantic and as a tribute to it have decided to list five …

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Some News, Some Information

By Daniel de la Calle Our poor blog has remained silent for over two weeks.  I do not know how to make excuses sound like …

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Angry Denials

By Daniel de la Calle The internet, that jungle out there. If you have looked for articles about ocean acidification or any of the uncountable …

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Blog Post Comments Worth Being Blog Posts

By Hilary, Colin and Daniel de la Calle On my last post I wrote about a University of Florida Research that might have solved “the …

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Coevolution

By Daniel de la Calle I am in Paris now, just for a couple weeks, and my visit has coincided with a fantastic documentary film …

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