The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) launched the documentary series Changing Ocean Asia
in Singapore on
26 January 2022.
A keynote speech by renowned oceanographer Dr Sylvia Earle was aired at the launch event (Source: Victoria Khoo/Earth Observatory of Singapore)
Narrated by world-renowned marine scientist Dr Sylvia Earle, this four-part series investigates the impacts of climate change on our ocean and coastal communities in Southeast Asia. It also looks at the adaptive solutions that EOS scientists, governments, and businesses are exploring that will benefit future generations in the region.
Each episode in the series explores a key theme related to sinking cities, extreme weather and powerful tsunamis, urban oceans and super corals, and sea-level rise and engineering solutions.
Changing Ocean Asia
is written and directed by Liz Courtney, Artist in Residence at EOS, who also wrote and directed the previous documentary series Climate Impact Asia. At the launch of Changing Ocean Asia, the keynote speech by Dr Earle, who is also a member of EOS' Scientific Advisory Board, was aired.
The event also featured a panel discussion by experts on the critical issues affecting our ocean and on the research undertaken by EOS scientists to address these issues.
The panel discussion involved, from left to right, Associate Professors Adam Switzer and Emma Hill, Ms Liz Courtney, Ms Lauren Sorkin, and Assistant Professor Kyle Morgan (Source: Victoria Khoo/Earth Observatory of Singapore)
The series is available on Curiosity Stream, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Starhub and other partners globally.
The 'Urban Oceans. Super Corals' episode is available for complimentary viewing. Watch it here.