Two months ago, a Mozambican film crew (Olankha) from Maputo travelled to Benguerra Island and visited our Ocean Observatory for several days. BCSS was selected by the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) as one of the best and most important initiatives in Mozambique working on climate change and environmental affairs. The Ocean Observatory is a pioneering initiative and the first to be monitoring multi-time series data in a permanent matter. They documented what BCSS does regarding climate change, sustainability and conservation and interviewed the Director and Chief Scientist of BCSS, Dr. Mario Lebrato. The video was commissioned by the British High Commission of Mozambique and will be part of an 1-hour documentary that will be shown at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) this November. See the video below for a snippet of the documentary.
UN Climate Change Conference Documentary featuring BCSS: A Preview
Film crew: Olankha Productions and Communications Commissioned by: The British High Commission in Mozambique For: The 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) Olankha Productions and Communications’ YouTube channel and Facebook page.