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Pulp, Poo and Perfection

Posted by Rick | February 14th, 2008 | Filed under Environmental Change, Outdoor Sport, Positive Change, Sustainability

celulosa_exoz.jpgI finally got a chance to download the short movie Pulp, Poo and Perfection that addresses two issues threatening water quality in Chile: Pichilemu’s sewage pipeline and forest industry pollution in the South. It’s a great piece that shows how surfers and organizations like Save the Waves can rally public awareness of corporate irresponsibility and environmental disregard. Between scenes that document the chewing and spewing of paper mills, there’s some great footage of the treasured left point breaks that are at risk”If you’re a goofyfooter like me, you’ll be even more pissed off! Released in Chile in November 2007, the short has been screened at several film festivals over the past few months, including Earth Vision in Santa Cruz and the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival.

You can download the full podcast of the documentary HERE. (under podcasts/ppp_english)
To support Save the Waves in their fight against the Chilean pulp mills, go HERE.

One Response to “Pulp, Poo and Perfection”

  • February 14, 2008 at 5:50 pm | Jonathan says

    Thanks for the link- it is a powerful documentary that I will pass along to friends.

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