Artist & Filmmaker Calls for Ocean Change Narrative to Join Climate Change Narrative

Artist and filmmaker, Michael Killen, advised scientists that they’d should call what carbon emissions is doing to the chemical composition of the worlds’ oceans ‘Ocean Change.’ He said, “If you do that you’ll help create another narrative that will ‘call’  in parallel with the climate change  narrative, to help stop carbon emissions sooner than later.” He made his comment at the United States Geological Survey (USGS), ‘A World of Hazards’ conference during his speech  where  his two paintings: ‘Don Quixote Meets Ocean Change’ and ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’ both (15 x 6 feet) were both displayed.

Michael also explained why the new ocean change narrative is needed and how it can help.

Michael is presently filming “Impact of Carbon Emissions on the US Commercial Fishing and Sea Food Processing Industries.” He welcomes inquirers. Michael@killen.com.  https://www.youtube.com/user/ZeitgeistKillen

About Michael Killen Helps Organizations Share Their Important Climate and Energy Action Message

Michael is committed to helping organizations share their climate action, energy, and sustainability solution message. He is the publisher of 400 business studies and marketing white papers, talk show host who helped 400 academics, artists, energy experts, environmentalists, government officials, and scientists share their message with Internet and TV audiences; and he is the artist who painted large-scale paintings that include California's Climate Plan,'Resilience',' Sustainability', and 'Safeguard Civilization. Contact him michael@killen.com.
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