The following film titled “50 Minutes to Save the World” will undoubtedly set people off on either side of the debate on how best to approach the future of our ocean’s reefs but its the conversation that important. While some might find this all quite alarmist and exaggerated for dramatic effect, let it serve as a catalyst for a sober discussion on reef preservation and growth:
“The past 5 months have consisted of traveling with the http://karmagawa.com team to 7 countries around the world, documenting the degradation of locals reefs and the critical state of the oceans. We interviewed many marine biologists, locals, and did a lot of diving. There’s one thing when you see things on a screen.. then it’s another when you see it for your own eyes. For this Kansas boy, its been an eye opening experience. It’s so scary what’s happening to our oceans and how fast we’ve ruined it. Out of sight out of mind? Ignorance is bliss? Welp… that lead us here, and it’s up to you and me to change this!
Raising awareness and spreading the message is the first step in saving the reefs and our oceans! Share this video will all of your friends, family and followers on social media to help get the word out about this urgent crisis. Learn more about the charities that dedicate their lives to saving coral reefs all over the world at https://savethereef.org
Lastly, it’s my birthday wish that you not only share this video, but also take action. Stop supporting the companies who make these products that are poisoning our oceans and environment. They only produce if there is demand, so if we don’t give them our dollar… they will be forced to change for the better. Let’s make them change!”