A new documentary on German television network ZDF, titled ‘SOS ocean – Help for an endangered habitat’, highlights sustainable solutions to protect the world’s oceans.
The documentary, directed by Kristin Siebert and Tilman Wolff, focuses on projects from around the world that are committed to protecting the oceans from rising sea temperatures, pollution, and overfishing. One of the featured projects is the German pilot of the UNITED ocean multi-use project, which aims to farm sugar kelp on the seabed around offshore wind farms in the North Sea off Sylt.
Other projects featured in the documentary include the protection of black-mouthed catshark nurseries in the Mediterranean Sea, the establishment of locally managed protection zones along the coast of Madagascar, and the development of genetically optimized coral species to preserve the Great Barrier Reef off the east coast of Australia. This inspiring documentary showcases some of the most innovative and sustainable initiatives aimed at protecting our oceans from the devastating effects of pollution, overfishing, and climate change.
If you haven’t had a chance to watch ‘SOS ocean – Help for an endangered habitat’ yet, now is the perfect time! Follow the link below to watch the documentary and learn about the amazing efforts being made to preserve our oceans for future generations:
The text of this article was taken from the UNITED project official website and had originally been published here.