Tipping Point: a new documentary on ocean acidification (with video)

Increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere are not only causing global warming. The oceans are also absorbing huge quantities of CO2 which in turn is changing their chemical composition, severely damaging the marine environment.

By following leading international researchers, “Tipping Point” takes us around the world and underwater to discover how ocean acidification is changing marine ecosystems and what scientific solutions can be found to solve the problem.

Through beautiful shot undersea images and a careful scientific approach, the film tackles the main issues of this relatively new phenomenon by providing solutions before it is too late.

From the producer/director of “Public Ennemy Number 1: Carbon” and “Gulf Stream” successfully distributed worldwide. “Tipping Point” © Georama TV, 52 min HDCAM. Versions: French and English. Scientific Advisers: Jean-Pierre Gattuso and Ulf Riebesell

First shown on Norwegian TV (NRK) on 11 January 2011: video

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4 Responses to “Tipping Point: a new documentary on ocean acidification (with video)”

  1. 1 Gail 13 January 2011 at 15:23

    Is there a link to see it in English??

  2. 3 Patrícia Barros 12 March 2011 at 02:47

    Is there an English version of this video available yet?

    • 4 Jean-Pierre Gattuso 12 March 2011 at 12:24

      Thank you for your interest. There will be English copies, including bonuses, for sale. You should ask the producer about cost and timeline (Nicolas Koutsikas, nkoutsikas@gmail.com). The EPOCA Project Office just has just a few copies for scientific and educational purposes.

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