Documentary series Changing Ocean Asia explores impact of climate change on ocean

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at NTU premiered its latest documentary series Changing Ocean Asia on 26 January (Wed), which investigates the impact of climate change on our ocean and communities living in coastal habitats across Asia.

Focused on Asia, the 4-part series narrated by Dr Sylvia Earle, world renowned marine scientist, TIME magazine’s first hero of the planet, and EOS Scientific Advisory Board member, investigates the critical health of our ocean, the effects of climate change and human behaviour, and the impacts these changes will have on all aspects of life in Southeast Asia.

Written and directed by Liz Courtney, Artist in Residence at EOS and among the 100 Women of Influence for her work in climate education, the series also explores the challenges and solutions being explored by scientists, governments, and businesses that will determine the prosperity of the region this decade.

The documentary series feature four themes:

  1. Sinking Cities
  2. Extreme Weather & Powerful Tsunamis
  3. Urban Oceans & Super Corals
  4. Sea Level Rise & Engineering Solutions
Changing Ocean Asia airs on StarHub TV Ch 422, Monday 31 January, 6.00pm (Singapore). The series is also available worldwide in all countries on Curiosity Stream.
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