Seaspiracy is trying to save the oceans and Netflix’s new motion and documentary is making strides. Has persuaded Slowood, a local grocery store Hong Kong, to gradually eliminate the sale of fish products.
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The documentary was produced by Kip Anderson, who also brought to the world “Cowspiracy” and “What the Health”. “Seasonality” teaches the viewer about the globe fishing the harmful effects of the industry on the ocean. It also sheds light on corruption, slavery in the shrimp industry and problems with so-called sustainable fish certification.
“Netflix’s new documentary ‘Seaspiracy’ has shown us how enormous and damaging impacts our entire fishing industry is. Ecosystem“Slowood announced on social media.” “I bet you will stop eating fish after watching this movie. Slowood will go a step further and stop selling the fish. At Slowood, we believe every little step counts and hope to join our community to make the world a better place. Don’t cry on the planet, let’s take this step together to preserve the ocean ”.
The store has committed a portion of the proceeds from its remaining fish product inventory to a Sea Shepherd, one vegan ocean conservation group.
“SeaspiracyLaunched on Netflix on March 24 and was an instant hit. It is ranked in the top 10 positions of Netflix in more than 40 countries and reached number 1 in Ireland, Hong Kong, UK, Estonia, Croatia, Singapore, Malta and Switzerland.
The “Seaspiracy” website highlights three top ways to save the ocean: move on plant based dieting, enforcing marine protected areas and ending fishing subsidies, currently stands at $ 35 billion a year. Ali Tabrizi, director and narrator of “Seaspiracy”, is delighted by everyone’s interest. “Thanks to all of you, this movement started well and really started, and we have the massive public support needed to bring this issue to governments and industry around the world. the world is aimed at making big systematic changes ”, Tabrizi posted on Instagram.
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