Friday, April 27, 2007

Endangered Tales, Endangered Planet

Jukka Holopainen's team unveiled their documentary "Endangered Tales" at Megamall last Sunday (Earth Day 2007).

For those that missed out on it, shame shame. It was well-made, informative and very relevant to all Filipinos. As the press release goes "Endangered Tales of the Philippines shows why this archipelago is one of the most biologically rich places on the planet.

This 58-minute film features unique footage from over 15 expeditions and eye-opening interviews with over 30 biologists, scientists, and conservationists—all of whom highlight the urgent need for conservation efforts.

For anyone interested in being part of the effort to save the country's rich biodiversity check out the website of the Center for Environmental Awareness.

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