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, TV, Radio and Online Talkshow Host, and Artist

I'm a Radio TV and Internet talk show host. I interview guests who have an important story-message; to share. My guests have included the Chairman of AT&T and Nobel Prize Winners. 50 TV stations have license to broadcast my show., 'The Killen Report.' I’m also the artist who interpreted ‘Resilience of America’, 'Sustainability,' 'Sec. George Shultz’s 'Climate Plan for the GOP', and 'Don Quixote Fights Sea Level Rise', and 'Methane Join Carbon to Boil the Planet’ on "large" canvas. I am the founder of market research company Killen & Associates, Inc. that I ran for 35 years. The climate change battle may turn on messaging—reaching and persuading new communities of people who have not heard the climate message and who need to hear it ASAP. I work to help it turn in the right way. Killen.com. If you think I can help- @KillenMichael or michael@killen. I’m in Silicon Valley.
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