RSA Screens: Blue Carbon - Nature’s Hidden Power - RSA

RSA Screens: Blue Carbon - Nature’s Hidden Power

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  • Community and place-based action
  • Environment

Join us for a screening of “Blue Carbon”, the awaited environmental documentary from Grammy-nominated music producer, DJ, and biologist, Jayda G, that combines music and science to help us rediscover the true value of nature.

Blue Carbon could be one of the most important tools in the fight against climate change - but you’ve probably never heard of it. In her new immersive film, Jayda G sets out to change this by inviting us to listen; to nature and to the communities fighting to avoid climate catastrophe. Accompanied by a score from the Wu-Tang Clan's RZA and featuring Seu Jorge, Blue Carbon is an environmental documentary that reveals nature-based solutions to a warming planet. Looking beyond corporate interests to offset emissions towards a community-oriented picture of climate justice, Blue Carbon offers a much-needed ray of hope.

  • 19.30 Event starts: welcome from Sam Sutaria, WaterBear CEO
  • 19.35 Screening of Blue Carbon
  • 20.15 Q&A
  • 20.45 Event close

Blue Carbon is finally coming to the UK this summer and will be available to watch on WaterBear, a platform for real stories that drive real change. Through award-winning storytelling, curating opportunities to learn and act, and building a global community, WaterBear is defining a new category in media that aims to create global impact through collective agency.

On the 26th June, as part of London Climate Action Week, the RSA are programming a day of talks and events with leading figures from culture, industry and civil society to share insights and expertise on how to achieve our climate goals. Please join our 1pm talk on Building Bridges for sustainable development and 5.30pm Music for Impact event to discuss how we can champion sustainability, securing a healthier, kinder future for people, places and planet.

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