“This is without doubt one of the most important films of our time and everyone needs to see it” – Sir David Attenborough
WEDNESDAY 29th MAY 2019 @ 19.30
At ‘The Duck Pond Collective’ Pop Up Shop – 72 High Street, Ruislip HA4 7AA
We are thrilled to invite you to join us for an evening with Jo Ruxton, producer of the award winning documentary film ‘A Plastic Ocean’ and CEO of Plastic Oceans UK.
The film, screened in over 70 countries and on 6 continents, has changed attitudes to single use plastic in communities across the globe, highlighting the environmental dangers associated with plastic pollution.
A Plastic Ocean presents ground breaking research carried out by our very own Brunel University who added to the vast amount of scientific data collected in the Pacific Ocean over the last decade. This data supports the claim that marine ecosystems and human health are under threat from plastic pollution.
With our government declaring a climate change emergency there is no better time to ask one of the world’s most knowledgeable environmental campaigners your questions regarding plastic pollution and the real impact it is having on our environment and our health.
Jo Ruxton has won a number of awards for her work, including the Telegraph Travel readers – Pioneer of the Year award.
Join the wave of change and immerse yourself in an evening spilling over with beautiful scenery, ground-breaking scientific data and unforgettable imagery.
Sea you there!
Limited number of tickets available – grab yours here today!
We are asking for just £10 to secure your place
We will also welcome any extra donations you can make on the night.
All profits will be split between A Plastic Ocean Foundation and Sustainable Ruislip (incorporating Plastic Free Communities for Surfers for Sewage). These organisations work tirelessly, encouraging people to live more sustainably and to take more care of our oceans and marine life.