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Convenience at a huge environmental cost
Sea Shepherd Australia is hosting the Victorian premiere of a film David Attenborough has described as "One of the most important films of our time".
A Plastic Ocean is a documentary four years in the making that shows the crisis facing our oceans because of our disposable lifestyle. It features research and input that shows never before seen images of the effects of this pollution upon marine animals and how this can ultimately impact human health.
Each year a horrifying eight million tonnes of plastic debris from coffee cups and lids, straws, packaging, disposable cutlery, bottles and more ends up making the journey from our coastlines to our seas everyday. The impact is phenomenally destructive.
Please note the trailer may be upsetting to some viewers.
The Victorian premiere is being screened on the 8th February at 6.45pm at Cinema Nova in Carlton, Melbourne.