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See The Ocean Like Never Before
See The Ocean Like Never Before

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Our winning movie from BLUE, airs DEC 2nd EST on Discovery. Please share with your friends- this is a must see! http://www.wired.com/2015/11/racing-extinction-louis-psihoyos/

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There are people all over the world that are helping others, helping our planet, and doing good. #makeadifference #climatechange #cop21
Dr. Syliva Earle of Mision Blue, President Tong of Kiribati and Dr. Greg at BLUE2015
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President Tong was at BLUE this year and impacted all of us with his words on climate change, calling it a problem for the human condition as it is forcing people on his island to leave their families. Here he is speaking out on Australia #climatechange #cop21 http://ow.ly/UXUyB

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Thanks in part to the power of film, SeaWorld is starting to make changes in the right direction. They can, and should, find a new business model. http://ow.ly/UXTzN

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Stay in touch with us- we might be coming to a city near you with our BLUE On Tour! Sign up for our newsletter! http://www.blueoceanfilmfestival.org/contact/newsletter/

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We are so glad our exchange students are home safe! They attended our film festival and then got trapped in Paris following the violent attacks. http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/49908494-story

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In the words of Thoreau, “Let us consider the ways in which we spend our lives.” Protect your oceans. That's our mission. #exploreBLUE2015 www.blueoceanfilmfestival.org
Photo Credit:"Enoughness" part of SeaLegacy exhibit @BLUE
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The president of Kiribati, Tong has become best known for admonishing wealthy countries for burning through fossil fuels at the expense of low-lying atolls scattered across the equatorial Pacific.  He is receiving the Dr. Sylvia Earle Award at BLUE this year for his passionate work in addressing climate change. #exploreBLUE2015 #OceanforClimate http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/03/150310-pacific-atoll-kiribati-anote-tong-climate-change-rising-seas/
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