Take a look at this light-hearted video on a serious subject. This animation on ocean acidification was made by students from the Ridgeway School (Plymouth, UK) and the Plymouth Marine Laboratory – an excellent production!

Ridgeway students have made a short animated film which is being used internationally to highlight the acidification of the world’s seas. Called ‘The Other CO2 Problem’, the film was commissioned by Dr Carol Turley from Plymouth Marine Laboratory, a leading authority on ocean acidification who had seen a previous film (which won a Europe wide film making competition held by Euroceans) made by the students which highlighted the problem of pollution in the seas.

Sixteen students drew up the storyline, designed and made the starring characters from plasticine then filmed the stop frame animation. Seventy other students composed and played the accompanying music

One Response to The other CO2 problem – animated adventures into ocean acidification

  1. [...] Een al even groot talent in de mightbe/couldbe-science met catastrofale suggestie. Kijk hier naar het filmpje met kleipoppetjes  dat scholieren uit Plymouth maakten onder supervisie van dr. Carol Turley. Turley en haar [...]

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