Source: The McGill Tribune
Oceans (2009) – Chock-full of unbelievable footage and filmed in 50 locations around the globe, “Oceans” is the “Planet Earth” of the underwater world. It features the incredible diversity of ocean life, ranging from predators like the great white shark to the elusive Spanish-dancing sea slug.
Chasing Coral (2016) – For those interested in how climate change impacts the ocean, this film offers visual proof of the devastation facing the world’s reefs and the hopes of saving them in astounding resolution.
Mission Blue (2014) – This documentary focuses on marine biologist and conservationist Sylvia Earle’s career, as well as the growth of her organization, Mission Blue. Mission Blue aims to create a global network of protected marine environments Earle calls “hope spots.” These protected areas are crucial to the health of the ocean, and identifying them is key in strategizing plans for future marine work.
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