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Cornwall’s Climate Stories

Cornwall Council have advised us of Cornwall’s Climate Stories film premiere on Thursday 25th February at 8pm.  You will need to register beforehand or you can watch it on YouTube after the event.

Invitation – Cornwall’s Climate Stories film premiere

It’s taken a long time but…. we’re delighted to invite you to the online launch of the first episode of Cornwall’s Climate Stories – a series of factual but inspirational documentaries about climate change in Cornwall, at 8pm on February 25th.

‘Under the Surface’ looks at how – without most of us even having noticed – climate change is already affecting the marine environment in Cornwall.

But it also offers inspirational and motivating stories about great projects happening around the county to tackle the challenges that climate change is going to bring.

The event will be introduced by the filmmakers and will be followed by a Q&A session – providing a great opportunity to put questions to and learn more from the marine experts featured in the film (see below), as well as Cllr Edwina Hannaford, Cornwall Council portfolio holder for climate change and neighbourhoods.

To register for the premiere, please sign up (it’s very simple!) here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cornwalls-climate-stories-premiere-tickets-140873611765 

You will then be sent the link to access the screening a couple of days before the event. You can also see the trailer for the whole series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X02zQiGojUA&t=1s

We hope to see you on the 25th. If you can’t make the premiere, the film will be free to view on our website (www.cornwallclimate.org) from February 26th.

Please do share among your networks and friends…

Interviewees featured in the film are:

Dr Matthew Witt, Exeter University

Marianne Wootton, senior plankton analyst

Mark Grantham, chair of Cornwall Birds

Ruth Williams, Cornwall Wildlife Trust

Nikki Banfield, Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust

Fiona Crouch, Natural England

Tim van Berkel, Cornish Seaweed Company

James Doddrell, ARC Marine