On January 17th, Team Marine attended the premiere of Plastic Ocean, a documentary about plastic pollution and its effects on human and environmental health. Before the screening we were able to talk to community members about the effects of plastic on the environment. We were also able to show our eco-costumes made up of things like plastic forks, straws, plastic water bottles and bottle caps. The movie itself highlighted the health and environmental concerns of plastic, especially on the ocean. After the movie we listened to the panel discussion which featured a wide range of environmentalists, one of which was actually Benjamin Kay, our club advisor. We would like to say thank you to the production team behind the movie, to everyone who attended and to those who spoke in the panel.
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By Sixtine Foucaut:
On Sunday, January 29th, we gave a slideshow presentation to local teen environmental clubs at the Sea the Change Youth Summit put on by Heal the Bay at the SM Pier Aquarium. We presented our methods of communication as a team, as well as examples of our past eco-art projects, through a powerpoint presentation filled with our past projects and tips for groups interested in pursuing similar eco-art projects. We’d like to thank Heal the Bay for organizing this event and allowing Team Marine to act as an inspiration to other schools and hear ideas from other environmental clubs! Thank you to the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium for hosting this event!
On October 20th Team Marine captains Amanda and Zoe, and Mr. Kay presented to a total of around 120 students at UCLA for the Earth Now: Earth 2050 event put on by the UCLA Office of the Environment and Sustainability. We presented to three different high schools in the LA area about the state of our planet surrounding environmental issues such as climate change and what actions we undertook to mitigate climate change and pollution in our school and community. The presentation consisted of two components: the scope of the earth’s environmental problems and our community-based solutions. We mentioned some projects and activities such as our water audit, cigarette study, plastic bottle/cap art, and protests/marches just to name a few. We hope to see what the student attendees will do in their communities as they undergo environmental stewardship