Tim Nunn is bringing the devastating issue of marine plastic pollution to the forefront with his film ‘The Plastic Project’. The Premier is being held, in conjunction with Surfdome, on June 20 in London and is an opportunity for all those hoping to overcome the marine plastic crisis to network and collaborate.
Press Release: The Premier of Tim Nunn’s ‘The Plastic Project’ is set for the 20th of June in London, the film follows Tim’s surf adventure travels to the remotest locations on the planet where he discovers disturbingly increasing levels of marine plastic cluttering otherwise pristine beaches. The film explores solutions and delves into the reasons surfers and surfing should care the most and more so be the catalyst for change.
The Premier is set to be far more than just a screening and a great night out! Invitees include the board sports industry, the surf environmental movement and leading figures in the marine plastic field. Who will come together to be inspired by the film, hear talks from Tim, Martin Dorey, the founder of #2MinuteBeachClean and Chris Hines MBE, one of the founders of Surfers Against Sewage and join a working group that will tackle plastic pollution within the industry.
The evening, co hosted by Surfdome, aims to provide a networking opportunity between Industry and groups and individuals that are working to overcome the marine plastic crisis, where information and ideas can be shared to accelerate change and move away from single use plastic within board sports.
Who can attend?
Board sports professionals, brands, environmental groups
20th of June, 7pm
Juju’s bar, 15 Hanbury Street, London, E1 6QR
How to register for a ticket?
(Please confirm your place here ASAP)